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    Your strongest values are Nurture and Lifestyle Liberty.

    Nurture: Preventing the suffering of others, caring for the defenseless, and showing compassion for the weak by nurturing and caring for them.

    Lifestyle Liberty: Honoring the individual's independence and autonomy by allowing each person to determine the course of their own life.

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    Your strongest values are Property and Fairness-Proportionality.
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    I'm surprised authority is as high as it is.

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    Your strongest values are Nurture and Lifestyle Liberty.
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    Your strongest values are Loyalty and Sanctity-Tradition.

    Loyalty: Honoring the obligations of group membership, being willing to sacrifice for the in-group, and being vigilant against betrayal from the out-group.

    Sanctity-Tradition: Maintaining the sanctity of traditional values, respecting the taboos of religion, and avoiding bacteria and contagion.
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    It seems that I have a little bit of everything (I wasn't so middle, I think), except I don't value much Economic Liberty (I don't value much tradition as well, but the test doesn't seem to think that).

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    Results: Your strongest values are Nurture and Sanctity-Tradition.

    Foundations in descending order:

    Nurture: Preventing the suffering of others, caring for the defenseless, and showing compassion for the weak by nurturing and caring for them.

    Sanctity-Tradition: Maintaining the sanctity of traditional values, respecting the taboos of religion, and avoiding bacteria and contagion.

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    Lifestyle Liberty: Honoring the individual's independence and autonomy by allowing each person to determine the course of their own life. Sanctity-Nature: Maintaining the purity of nature and the environment, seeing nature as sacred and mankind’s influence as corruptive. Property: Showing respect for ownership and possession by preventing theft, harm, trespassing, and vandalism to the property of others.

    Loyalty: Honoring the obligations of group membership, being willing to sacrifice for the in-group, and being vigilant against betrayal from the out-group.

    Tied:

    Fairness-Equality: Honoring cooperation and fellow-feeling by preventing or minimizing situations that would lead to unequal outcomes Fairness-Proportionality: Honoring individualism and meritocracy by letting those who are hard-working, competent, or lucky reap the rewards of their actions.

    Economic Liberty: Honoring the individual's diligence and initiative by allowing each person to be free of coercion in the economic sphere.
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