Hold on ...let's think LO11657

Sat, 4 Jan 1997 23:20:01 -0500

Replying to LO11646 --

If we can detect the effects of values on our thinking I believe we stand
a better chance of exploring new ground and changing our mental models.
Here are values about values that I detect in these postings.

1. I should share my values with others.

2. I should not share my values with others.

3. My values are more important than yours.

4. When our values collide we should do something about it.

5. Values are shaped by life.

6. Values exist independently of the observer.

7. Values are immutable.

8. Values are relative.

9. Values must have a context.


Lon Badgett lonbadgett@aol.com

"The opposite of the word "big" is not "little", it is "not big". What does that mean for those with strongly held values?" Emil Gobersneke

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