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Valuism

You are defined by what has value to you, and what does not

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Valuism : An Introduction

Valuism has two parts:

1) Focusing on the role of values in understanding human behavior.

2) Advocating certain values. To simply state that something is “good” in the abstract is meaningless; of course everyone believes in hard work and honesty. The real question is when one value comes into conflict with another value, which do you choose?

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John Groom has written about a wide variety of topics for Internet sites and print publications. His essays have been published in The Washington Post, Builder Magazine, Montgomery Sentinel, Philanthropy, Export Today, and elsewhere.

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