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        • Value: In the philosophical and psychology of judgment and decison-making literature, we use the term "value" to refer to all values, goals, preferences, fears, etc., not only high, principled values (as often in colloquial speech).
        • Value Pluralism: People often have multiple legitimate values (including both high principles and minor personal preferences), which sometimes conflict (within individuals or within groups).
        • When an individual has multiple conflicting values, they often try to avoid compromising either value by:
        • The value conflicts that arise from multiple values make people uncomfortable, but they are inevitable and coping with such conflicts requires compromise.