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CONSISTENCY
INDIVIDUAL
AFRICAN
VALUE SYSTEMS
VALUES
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Definitions

  1. Value System: the ways in which we organize, rank, prioritize, and make decisions based on our values.

Consistency

  1. An example conflict would be a value system based on individualism pitted against a value system based on collectivism.
  2. The realized value system is the one they actually use in day-to-day life.
  3. Although ideally a value system ought to be consistent, quite often this is not the case in practice.
  4. A value system's consistency (or lack thereof) does not necessarily say anything about how 'good' or 'evil' it is.
  5. Note that valuing the consistency of a value system is itself a sort of 'meta-value' that could be present or absent in a given value system. (Web site)

Individual

  1. As a member of a society, group or community, an individual can hold both a personal value system and a communal value system at the same time.
  2. An individual's value system might even hold the person to a higher standard, and still be consistent with the community's value system.
  3. Marxist socialism became at the same time a method for analysing the African value system. (Web site)
  4. A personal value system is held by and applied to one individual only.

African

  1. In the first section, I give a brief presentation of the ontology that underlies the traditional African value system. (Web site)
  2. What this means is that as far as the African value system is concerned, the reality of the community takes precedence over the reality of the individual. (Web site)

Value Systems

  1. A realized value system contains exceptions to resolve contradictions between values in practical circumstances.
  2. A value system whose exceptions are abstract, generalized enough to be used in all situations, is said to be an internally consistent value system.
  3. A rational value system organized to resolve the conflict between two such value systems might take the form below.

Values

  1. Implicit exceptions bring about a third type of value system called a formal value system.
  2. Some people call this hierarchical value system our "moral intuition," or our "moral instinct" -- what "feels right" is right (or ethical). (Web site)
  3. One easy example of a value system is Isaac Asimov 's Three Laws of Robotics. (Web site)
  4. A value system refers to the order and priority an individualor societygrants to ethical and ideological values. (Web site)
  5. From a political philosopher who is writing justifications, I expect some justification of his value system. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Thought > Value
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society
  3. Glossaries > Glossary of Ethics /
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