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A. To systematically review the 52 card choices, click here to begin with Choice #1 or scroll down for an overview of all 52 Choices 

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Option A  

 Systematic Consideration of Choices      

recall instructions for separating cards: in pile #1 put cards for which you have a very strong preference (20 cards); in pile #2 put cards for which you have a definite but not as strong preference (20 cards); in pile #3 put cards for which you have a slight preference (8 cards); in pile #4 put cards for which you have no preference (4 cards --note aces or kings are not allowed in this pile!)
                 
Besides your CARDS you may want to have your SCORECARD(S)  handy as you proceed down this list... 

version 4.0 Project Worldview Theme Structure 

as represented on the 52 double-sided cards of the Choices We Make card deck 

or in side by side left hand and right frames in the Choices We Make booklet 

Diamonds Choices:    

#201A Evidence-Based      

choice #1

A

#201B Faith-Based

#101A Mind Open, Vision Global         

choice #2

K

#101B Mind Narrowly Focused

#1A   Humbly Unsure 

choice #3

Q

#2B I Know What's Best For You

#2A   The True Believer

choice #4

J

 #1B Skeptic

#6A Honestly Grounded

choice #5

10

#12A Wishful Thinking

#7A   Mysticism 

choice #6

9

#8A   Monotheistic Deism

#7B Magic 

choice #7

8

 #8B   Belief in a Personal God

#9A   Religious Fundamentalism 

choice #8

7

#10   Secular Humanism          

#5A   Scientific Materialism

choice #9

6

#5B Vitalism

#6B   Scientific Method

choice #10

5

#12B Creative Thinking

#11A  Fatalism

choice #11

4

#11B Free Will

#15   The Group Think Imperative

choice #12

3

#30    Intellectual Freedom         

#9B  In God's Hands: Apocalypticism

choice #13

2

#13   Dancing With Systems       

 Hearts Choices:

#202A Cautious Processing

choice #14

A

#202B Relaxed, Generous, Loving

#102A Conscientious, Efficient

choice #15

K

#102B Easy-Going, Disorderly, Cavalier

#14A  Guilt and Moralistic God 

choice #16

Q

#14B Reincarnation / Karma

#3   Focus on Me, Here and Now

choice #17

J

#33B Addiction 

#16A Culture of Fear

choice #18

10

#16B   The Golden Rule, Village Ethic of Mutual Help

#17A  Bitterness & Vengeance 

choice #19

9

#17B Gratitude & Forgiveness

#18A   Passionately Impulsive

choice #20

8

 #18B Dispassionate

#28A   Hedonistic Orientation

choice #21

7

#28B Healthy Orientation

#29A   The Self Restrained Person 

choice #22

6

#29B The Threatening, Violent Person

#32A  Valuing Human Rights         

choice #23

5

  #33A   Servitude 

#32B Culture of Tolerance             

choice #24

4

#39B Shaming / Scapegoating 

#38   Love As Family Glue

choice #25

3

#39A   Tough Love  

#41   Struggling With A Basic Need: Self Esteem

choice #26

2

#52   Independent Living For The Sick Or Disabled

 Clubs Choices:

 #203A Hierarchical Rigidity

choice #27

A

#203B Egalitarian Progressive

#103A Individual Glory

choice #28

K

#103B Celebrating Team Accomplishments

#20B Authoritarianism

choice #29

Q

#31   Education for Democracy

#20A   Elitism 

choice #30

J

#21A  Populism 

#34 Valuing Traditions and Status Quo 

choice #31

10

#35B Working for Change

#21B Service to Others

choice #32

9

#36A Cynicism

#42   Ethical Orientation

choice #33

8

#43   Seeking Wealth & Power

#19A  Free Market Capitalism 

choice #34

7

#48B  Liking Co-operation-Based Communities

#19B Corporate Capitalism

choice #35

6

#49A  Social Welfare Statism

#37A   Proud Identification & Tribalism

choice #36

5

#37B Global Citizen

#35A  Gender / Social Identity Nonconformity   

choice #37

4

#48A Privacy

#36B Conspiracism

choice #38

3

#49B Socialism

#50A Libertarian 

choice #39

2

#50B Left Anarchist

 Spades Choices:

#204A Freedom From Limits

choice #40

A

#204B  Limits & Ethics

#104A  Human-Centered

choice #41

K

#104B  Respect for Nature

#4 Hands Off My Body

choice #42

Q

#44A Sanctity & Dignity of Life  

#25 Anthropocentrism

choice #43

J

#44B Rights for Animals and Nature

#22A Economic Growth

choice #44

10

#23A  Sustainability

 23B Enoughness

choice #45

9

#26B The More is Better Mentality

#26A The Consumerist 

choice #46

8

#27 The Small Producer

#24A  Struggling With A Basic Need: Sustenance

choice #47

7

#24B Creative Expression

#45A Borrowing Mentality 

choice #48

6

#45B Work Hard, Pay As You Go 

#46A The Technological Fix Mentality 

choice #49

5

#47A  The Attitudinal Fix Mentality 

#46B Militarism

choice #50

4

#47B Pacifism / Non-Violence

#22B Imperialism

choice #51

3

#51A Ethical Globalization

#40  Environmental Economics   

choice #52

2

#51B Big Business Pushes Limits

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