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  Is creativity needed more than ever in the world today?

  Can people ever be truly original?

  Is it always necessary to find new solutions to problems?

  Is it always better to be original than to imitate or use the ideas of others?

  Is it better for a society when people act as individuals rather than copying the ideas and opinions of others?

  Does planning interfere with creativity?

  Do people succeed by emphasizing their differences from other people?


  Is the opinion of the majority—in government or in any other circumstances—a poor guide?

  Does worrying too much about other people’s opinions prevent us from seeing things clearly?

  Should our perceptions of beauty be influenced by the perceptions of beauty of other people?

  Do we tend to accept the opinions of others instead of developing our own independent ideas?

  Are people more likely to be productive and successful when they ignore the opinions of others?

  Is it always best to determine one&aposs own views of right and wrong, or can we benefit from following the crowd?

  Are widely held views often wrong, or are such views more likely to be correct?

  Can common sense be trusted and accepted, or should it be questioned?

  Are the values of a society most clearly revealed in its popular culture?


  Are people afraid to speak out against authority, whether the authority is an individual, a group, or a government?

  Are established rules too limited to guide people in real-life situations?

  Is it important to question the ideas and decisions of people in positions of authority?

  Is criticism—judging or finding fault with the ideas and actions of others—essential for personal well-being and social progress?

  Do all established traditions deserve to remain in existence?

  Are we free to make our own decisions or are we limited in the choices we can make?

  Do people need to "unlearn," or reject, many of their assumptions and ideas?

  Is it sometimes necessary to be impolite?

  Should all people’s opinions be values equally, or should only informed opinions be taken seriously?


  Do memories hinder or help people in their effort to learn from the past and succeed in the present?

  Should people always prefer new things, ideas, or values to those of the past?

  Do incidents from the past continue to influence the present?

  Should we pay more attention to people who are older and more experienced than we are?

  Is it better for people to work out their own ideas on a problem or issue before learning how others have approached it?

  Can people ever be truly original?

  Is it always better to be original than to imitate or use the ideas of others?

  五、物质vs. 精神

  Do people put too much emphasis on learning practical skills?

  Should schools help students understand moral choices and social issues?

  Should modern society be criticized for being materialistic?

  Can knowledge be a burden rather than a benefit?

  Does being ethical make it hard to be successful?

  Is it more important to do work that one finds fulfilling or work that pays well?


  Do newspapers, magazines, television, radio, movies, the Internet, and other media determine what is important to most people?

  Has today&aposs abundance of information only made it more difficult for us to understand the world around us?

  Do books, newspapers, and other media focus too much on bad news?


  Is praising others, even if the praise is excessive or undeserved, a necessary part of life?

  Is it better to change one&aposs attitude than to change one&aposs circumstances?


  Do we need other people to identify who we are?

  Is identity something people are born with or given, or is it something people create for themselves?

  Do the demands of others tend to make people more productive than they would be without such pressure?


  Are all important discoveries the result of focusing on one subject?

  Do people achieve greatness only by finding out what they are especially good at and developing that attribute above all else?

  Do people make the greatest discoveries by exploring what is unfamiliar to them or by paying close attention to what seems familiar?


  Do people accomplish more when they are allowed to do things in their own way?

  Is it necessary to make mistakes, even when doing so has negative consequences for other people?

  Can any obstacle or disadvantage be turned into something good?

  Does true learning only occur when we experience difficulties?

  Do people truly benefit from hardship and misfortune?

  Is the effort involved in pursuing any goal valuable, even if the goal is not reached?

  Do people learn more from losing than from winning?

  Is persistence more important than ability in determining a person&aposs success?

  Do we benefit from learning about the flaws of people we admire and respect?

  十一、坚持vs. 改变

  Should people always be loyal?

  Are all important discoveries the result of focusing on one subject?

  Is compromise always the best way to resolve a conflict?

  Should people change their decisions when circumstances change, or is it best for them to stick with their original decisions?

  Is striving to achieve a goal always the best course of action, or should people give up if they are not making progress?

  Can people have too much enthusiasm?


  Would the world be a better place if everyone always told the complete truth?

  Can deception—pretending that something is true when it is not—sometimes have good results?

  Do circumstances determine whether or not we should tell the truth?

  Is acting an essential part of everyday life?


  Does the success of a community-whether it is a class, a team, a family, a nation, or any other group depend upon people&aposs willingness to limit their personal interests?

  Should people take more responsibility for solving problems that affect their communities or the nation in general?

  Are organizations or groups most successful when their members pursue individual wishes and goals?

  Does everyone, even people who choose to live alone, need a network or family?


  Does the truth change depending on how people look at things?

  Is it important to try to understand people&aposs motivations before judging their actions?

  Are people best defined by what they do?

  Should people choose one of two opposing sides of an issue, or is the truth usually found "in the middle"?

  Do images and impressions have too much of an effect on people?


  Does a strong commitment to technological progress cause a society to neglect other values, such as education and the protection of the environment?

  Have modern advancements truly improved the quality of people&aposs lives?

  Is the most important purpose of technology today different from what it was in the past?

  Are there benefits to be gained from avoiding the use of modern technology, even when using it would make life easier?

  Should the government be responsible for making sure that people lead healthy lives?

  十六、竞争vs. 合作

  Do people achieve more success by cooperation than by competition?

  Are people’s actions motivated primarily by a desire for power over others?

  Is it necessary for people to combine their efforts with those of others in order to be most effective?

  When some people win, must others lose, or are there situations in which everyone wins? (09.6)

  Is solitude—spending time alone—necessary for people to achieve their most important goals?

  Do people help others only to help themselves?

  Are organizations or groups most successful when their members pursue individual wishes and goals?

  Do society and other people benefit when individuals pursue their own goals?

  十七、多样化vs. 志同道合

  Do people tend to get along better with people who are very different from them or with those who are like them?

  Is there any value for people to belong only to a group or groups with which they have something in common?


  Do we put too much value on the ideas or actions of individual people?

  Is there a value in celebrating certain individuals as heroes?

  Should we admire heroes but not celebrities?


  Can people achieve success only if they aim to be perfect?

  Do people place too much emphasis on winning?

  Do people need to compare themselves with others in order to appreciate what they have?

  Do highly accomplished people achieve more than others mainly because they expect more of themselves?

  Is it best for people to accept who they are and what they have, or should people always strive to better themselves?

  Should ordinary people be considered heroes, or should the term "hero" be reserved for extraordinary people?

  Is it wrong to use the word "courage" to describe behaviors that are ordinary or self-interested?


  Do success and happiness depend on the choices people make rather than on factors beyond their control?

  Is happiness something over which people have no control, or can people choose to be happy?

  Is it better for people to be realistic or optimistic?

  Is it more important to do work that one finds fulfilling or work that pays well?

  Are people more likely to be happy if they focus on goals other than their own happiness?

  Does having a large number of options to choose from make people happy?

  Does fame bring happiness, or are people who are not famous more likely to be happy?

  Is using humor the best way to approach difficult situations and problems?


  Is education primarily the result of influences other than school?

  Is the main value of the arts to teach us about the world around us?

  Can books and stories about characters and events that are not real teach us anything useful?

  Should books portray the world as it is or as it should be?


  Are decisions made quickly just as good as decisions made slowly and carefully?

  Should people let their feelings guide them when they make important decisions?

  Is it better for people to know everything they can about something before taking action, or should they act first and get more information later?

  Is it better for people to stop trying when they feel certain they will not succeed?

  Do small decisions often have major consequences?


  Should society limit people&aposs exposure to some kinds of information or forms of expression?

  Should people give up their privacy in exchange for convenience or free services?

  Is it easier now to form friendships than ever before?


  Is using humor the best way to approach difficult situations and problems?

  Is talking the most effective and satisfying way of communicating with others?


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