A Question of Values: Six Ways We Make the Personal Choices That Shape Our Lives

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1990 - Decision-making - 282 pages
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What personal values are. How we decide about them. What the alternatives are. Seventy-eight value systems featured. Used in classrooms at Harvard and around the world. Praised by educators from Harvard, Yale, Stanford, the Institute for Advanced Study, the University of Virginia, Berea College and elsewhere.

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Proposing a framework for defining and evaluating personal value systems based on various perceptions of truth, Lewis isolates six characteristic systems grounded in authority, deductive logic ... Read full review

Contents

The Initial Question
3
Six Ways That We Choose Values
6
Six Basic Types of Value Systems
21
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Lewis is a cofounder of Cambridge Associates, Inc. and other companies.

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