Preface: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Worlds, Cultures and Society(D Aerts et al.); Why Consciousness has No Plural (K Stroeken); The Relevance of a Non-Colonial View on Science and Knowledge for an Open Perspective on the World (R Pinxten); An Atlas for the Social World: What Should It (Not) Look Like? Interdisciplinarity and Pluralism in the Social Sciences (J Van Bouwel); Worlds of Legitimate Welfare Arrangements: A Realistic Utopia on Pensions (P Frericks & R Maier); Imagination and Empathy as Conditions for Interpersonal Understanding in the Context of a Facilitating Worldview (H Alma & A Smaling); Worldview as Relational Notion? Reconsidering the Relations Between Worldviews, Science and Us from a Radical Symmetrical Anthropology (L Orye); The Structures of Knowledge in a World in Transition (R E Lee); On Bridging Theory and Practice in the Perspective of History (E Van Keer); Addressing the Sustainability Challenge Beyond the Fact-Value Dichotomy: A Call for Engaged Knowledge (G Goeminne et al.).