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Universal Values
Values Refers to our core beliefs or desires , the things we value the most. Our values shape our attitudes and determines how we will behave in certain situations .
Ethical Values Vs. Non-Ethical Values Ethical Values directly relate to our beliefs concerning our moral duty as opposed to what is correct, effective, or desirable.These are the values that drive our principles. Non-Ethical Values are concerned with things that we like or find personally satisfying and/or important, with no regard to the moral content .
Human values are a standard of people's perception of the world around them and of communicating with each other. Exactly this standard is the standard for a person's full life in the society and the life of the society on Earth. It includes: 1. Highest values. 2. Universal human values. 3. Acquired (created by people) scientific, moral, cultural, religious, etc. values
Highest values are just two words: "life" and "freedom.“ Universal Values are a system of values that fulfill the role of everyday landmarks that

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