Sunday, August 25, 2013

Re: [Yasmin_discussions] value systems

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creativ new experiments. Namely i all my new visuals thru freehand 9 inside
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On Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 6:26 PM, Paul Fishwick <> wrote:

> To All for discussion:
> One of the perceived dividing lines for cultures and domains is with
> value. We all value things differently. Often the values are not binary.
> It is not that I don't like X and you do, but rather that we both like it,
> but you like it more than I do (e.g., I might rank it with a 3 and you
> might rank it with a 9 with 10 being the highest value).
> About six months ago, I read "The Righteous Mind: Why Good People
> are Divided by Politics and Religion". Even though politics and
> religion are not our topic of discussion, the way in which Haidt presented
> value systems was interesting and informative.
> I know that my value system may be similar to some colleagues, and
> very different from others. Even when looking at the same object or
> experiencing the same event.
> Categorical divisions may not be useful, or could be detrimental, but
> as we debate, let us also talk about what we find most interesting.
> What we value. We may pencil in different numbers on the scale.
> -p
> >
> Paul Fishwick, PhD
> Distinguished Chair of Arts & Technology and Professor of Computer Science
> The University of Texas at Dallas
> Arts & Technology
> 800 West Campbell Road, AT10
> Richardson, TX 75080-3021
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