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GRE Essay Topic 261 - Present your perspective on the issue below, "Most people think that their deeply held values are the result of rational choice, but reason often has little to do with the way people form values."


Organized values Score:4 December 22nd, 2016 by amrit
This topic raises the controversial issue of whether the organized values which come up with facts has very little to do with the way that people organized values. Indisputably, there has been trem... Read more
Human beings do not have any alternatives to choose their parents, family members, nations or countries. However, these have great Score:4 February 4th, 2014 by findscore.com
Human beings do not have any alternatives to choose their parents, family members, nations or countries. However, these have great impact on our choices and our values, by no means. People by and l... Read more
motivated to carry on working at the same place; or if a child is being constantly bullied in college, he Score:1.5 July 10th, 2013 by findscore.com
motivated to carry on working at the same place; or if a child is being constantly bullied in college, he might be forced to leave the college. Such conditions have been analyzed and formulated int... Read more
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Value in this context can be defined as a set of belief a person is adhering to. For instance, Asians Score:5.5 November 21st, 2011 by findscore.com
Value in this context can be defined as a set of belief a person is adhering to. For instance, Asians believe that the youngster should never challenge the authority. This sort of conviction earns ... Read more
In philosophy and ethics, an end is the ultimate goal in a series of steps. For example, according to Aristotle Score:0.5 November 15th, 2011 by findscore.com
In philosophy and ethics, an end is the ultimate goal in a series of steps. For example, according to Aristotle the end of everything we do is happiness. It is contrasted to a means, which is somet... Read more
Deeply held values rational choice Score:3.5 November 20th, 2006 by findscore.com
Values stem from two areas, namely, from within one self and from the society. Values within oneself are not formed but exist naturally. Whereas values inculcated from society are formed and are ch... Read more
value system Score:4.5 October 31st, 2006 by findscore.com
People's deeply held values are mostly based on their culture and on their own experiences which sometimes not be the person's rational choice but "There is always a reason behind everything",... Read more
deeply held values Score:4 October 21st, 2006 by findscore.com
In my opinion, the answer to the issue under discussion depends on the circumstances and the type of values. In our society, there are some values which are imposed by the community to people. On t... Read more
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Human do not like to be controlled by other people and they want to be free in all areas Score:2.5 September 8th, 2006 by findscore.com
Human do not like to be controlled by other people and they want to be free in all areas of their life. But are people really free in their choices of your life? No, not really! Although we think... Read more
People’s deeply held values are usually the result of subjectively rational or unconscious choice, but not necessarily objectively rational, and Score:5.5 September 8th, 2006 by findscore.com
People's deeply held values are usually the result of subjectively rational or unconscious choice, but not necessarily objectively rational, and reason often has something to do with the way certai... Read more
The common deeds of a personare motivated and also limited by the values he holds. Some values held by Score:4 September 8th, 2006 by findscore.com
The common deeds of a personare motivated and also limited by the values he holds. Some values held by aperson are as a result of a rational choice. A person decides to take a particular stand whe... Read more



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