The nature of human values
Integrating personality, behavioral, and cognitive theories of change, the author examines the operations, measurement, and evolution of behavioral and ethical standards that distinguish capitalism from other ideologies
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The nature of values
The nature of value systems
Values distinguished from other concepts
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