With the further development and deepening of consciousness, these specific categories and operations are starting to become more generalized and abstract (where applicable to an increasing number of possible situations), and therefore more universal. Therefore, the formal operational consciousness can begin supporting postconventional orientation to the world, in many ways, avoiding the ethnocentric / sociocentric world concrete thinking (mythic-membership) . Although, mostly under the pressure of anti-Western Cultural Studies (with a strong relativistic bias), "rationality" has become a pejorative term, in fact, it is the source of the rationality of many positive achievements and capabilities (including the ability to use "antirational" criticism). Rationality (or mind in the broad sense) includes, first of all, the ability to accept different points of view (which is why Jean Gebser calls it "a promising mind"). According to a study by Suzanne Cook-Greuter, pre-operational thinking is peculiar to only view the "first person" (egocentric); concretely operational thinking adds to it in terms of "second person" (sociocentric); and formal operational thinking goes further and brings the point of view of the "third party" (by which it becomes possible not only to scientific accuracy, but also unbiased, postconventional, worldcentric judgments about fairness and care). Thus, the mind can "normalize normal" culture, exposing them to criticism, based on the universal (non-ethnocentric) principles of justice. In addition, forward-looking mind, being highly reflective, making possible a constant introspection. And this is the first structure that can be thought of worlds "as if" and "what if": it becomes a true dreamer and a visionary.