1.Is compromise always the best way to resolve a conflict?
2.Should people choose one of two opposing sides of an issue, or is the truth usually found "in the middle"?
3.Is the main value of the arts to teach us about the world around us?
4.Can books and stories about characters and events that are not real teach us anything useful?
5.Can common sense be trusted and accepted, or should it be questioned?
6.Do people put too much emphasis on learning practical skills?
7.Should people take more responsibility for solving problems that affect their communities or the nation in general?
8.Should people let their feelings guide them when they make important decisions?
9.Can people have too much enthusiasm?
10.Do images and impressions have too much of an effect on people?
11.Are decisions made quickly just as good as decisions made slowly and carefully?
12.Should people change their decisions when circumstances change, or is it best for them to stick with their original decisions?
13.Is it better to change one's attitude than to change one's circumstances?
14.Is criticism—judging or finding fault with the ideas and actions of others—essential for personal well-being and social progress?
15.Does having a large number of options to choose from make people happy?