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Values: The Beating Heart of Behavior

Posted on 2012.06.28 at 00:00

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ehowton
ehowton at 2012-06-28 16:49 (UTC) (Link)
Yes a certain fluidity in value prioritization to adjust for the circumstance seems appropriate. Inflexibility where one's values are concerned could certainly be a frustrating experience when up against something which could seemingly threaten it. I'm not talking of course about compromising your principles, rather just understanding their boundaries.
Michelle1963
michelle1963 at 2012-06-28 22:21 (UTC) (Link)
Values and principles. As it is a work day, I have not been able to do much research, however, I am wondering what the difference is between values and principles. Are they synonyms? Is there a nuanced difference?




Edited at 2012-06-28 10:22 pm (UTC)
ehowton
ehowton at 2012-06-28 22:46 (UTC) (Link)
I've heard it said that principles are truths, values are the importance we place upon them.

Then I found this: http://personalitycafe.com/myers-briggs-forum/13108-difference-between-value-principle-f-vs-t.html#post252467 which seems to state in personality types "T" is more cognizant of the immutability of truth (our holy grail) therefore our values can be fluid; "F" places more importance on sticking to values because its more important as an identifier to who they are.
Michelle1963
michelle1963 at 2012-06-30 01:45 (UTC) (Link)
I found it interesting that the F's take on values had to do with what they found personally important, based on how they feel, rather that what could is actually true. A very distinct difference between F's and T's.

Thanks for the link!
ehowton
ehowton at 2012-06-30 04:46 (UTC) (Link)
Indeed.
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