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Rearrange the Sets Based on Importance
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Basically, reorganize the things in each set based on their importance to you, the first item in each set being most important and the last being least important. You don't have to explain why you decided the way you did, but feel free to.

Should be interesting. These are sort of just in random order right now and don't reflect what I think.


Set 1:
Past, Present, Future

Set 2:
Happiness, Meaningfulness, Longevity

Set 3:
Functionality, Aesthetic, Bargain

Set 4:
Righteousness, Correctness, Efficiency

Set 5:
Result, Procedure, Purpose

Set 6:
Creativity, Resourcefulness, Perseverance

Set 7:
Theory, Application, Fact

Set 8:
Truthfulness, Trustworthiness, Friendliness

Set 9:
Love, Peace, Comfort

Set 10:
Variety, Consistency, Quality

Set 11:
Intelligence, Strength, Adaptability

Set 12:
Healing, Growing, Changing

Set 13:
Reality, Perception, Fantasy

Set 14:
Good, Needed, Wanted

Set 15:
Flavor, Nutrition, Fullness
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Set 1:
Present, Future, Past

Set 2:
Happiness, Meaningfulness, Longevity

Set 3:
Functionality, Aesthetic, Bargain

Set 4:
Correctness, Efficiency, Righteousness

Set 5:
Purpose, Result, Procedure

Set 6:
Resourcefulness, Perseverance, Creativity

Set 7:
Application, Fact, Theory

Set 8:
Trustworthiness, Friendliness, Truthfulness

Set 9:
Love, Peace, Comfort

Set 10:
Quality, Consistency, Variety

Set 11:
Intelligence, Adaptability, Strength

Set 12:
Healing, Growing, Changing

Set 13:
Reality, Perception, Fantasy

Set 14:
Good, Needed, Wanted

Set 15:
Nutrition, Flavor, Fullness
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Posted 8/31/15
This is not a priority of mine.
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Morbidhanson wrote:

Basically, reorganize the things in each set based on their importance to you, the first item in each set being most important and the last being least important. You don't have to explain why you decided the way you did, but feel free to.

Should be interesting. These are sort of just in random order right now and don't reflect what I think.


Set 1:
Past, Present, Future

Present, Future, Past


Set 2:
Happiness, Meaningfulness, Longevity

Meaningfulness, Longevity, Happiness


Set 3:
Functionality, Aesthetic, Bargain

Functionality, Aesthetic, Bargain


Set 4:
Righteousness, Correctness, Efficiency

Correctness, Righteousness, Efficiency


Set 5:
Result, Procedure, Purpose

Result, Procedure, Purpose


Set 6:
Creativity, Resourcefulness, Perseverance

Perseverance, Creativity, Resourcefulness


Set 7:
Theory, Application, Fact

Fact, Application, Theory


Set 8:
Truthfulness, Trustworthiness, Friendliness

Trustworthiness, Truthfulness, Friendliness


Set 9:
Love, Peace, Comfort

Love, Peace, Comfort


Set 10:
Variety, Consistency, Quality

Consistency, Quality, Variety


Set 11:
Intelligence, Strength, Adaptability

Adaptability, Intelligence, Strength


Set 12:
Healing, Growing, Changing

Growing, Changing, Healing


Set 13:
Reality, Perception, Fantasy

Perception, Reality, Fantasy


Set 14:
Good, Needed, Wanted

Needed, Wanted, Good


Set 15:
Flavor, Nutrition, Fullness

Nutrition, Fullness, Flavor

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Set 1:
Present, Future, Past

Set 2:
Longevity, Meaningfulness, Happiness

Set 3:
Functionality, Aesthetic, Bargain

Set 4:
Righteousness, Efficiency, Correctness

Set 5:
Purpose, Procedure, Result

Set 6:
Creativity, Resourcefulness, Perseverance

Set 7:
Application, Fact,Theory

Set 8:
Friendliness, Trustworthiness, Truthfulness

Set 9:
Comfort, Peace, Love

Set 10:
Variety, Quality, Consistency

Set 11:
Strength, Intelligence, Adaptability

Set 12:
Changing, Growing, Healing

Set 13:
Fantasy, Perception, Reality

Set 14:
Needed, Good, Wanted

Set 15:
Nutrition, Fullness, Flavor
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Set 1:
Future, Present, Past

Set 2:
Happiness, Meaningfulness, Longevity

Set 3:
Functionality, Bargain, Aesthetic

Set 4:
Righteousness, Correctness, Efficiency

Set 5:
Procedure, Purpose, Result

Set 6:
Creativity, Resourcefulness, Perseverance

Set 7:
Fact, Theory, Application

Set 8:
Truthfulness, Trustworthiness, Friendliness

Set 9:
Love, Peace, Comfort

Set 10:
Variety, Quality, Consistency

Set 11:
Intelligence, Adaptability, Strength

Set 12:
Healing, Growing, Changing

Set 13:
Reality, Perception, Fantasy

Set 14:
Good, Needed, Wanted

Set 15:
Flavor, Nutrition, Fullness
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Set 1:
Future, Present, Past

Set 2:
Happiness, Meaningfulness, Longevity

Set 3:
Functionality, Aesthetic, Bargain

Set 4:
Efficiency, Righteousness, Correctness

Set 5:
Purpose, Result, Procedure

Set 6:
Perseverance, Creativity, Resourcefulness

Set 7:
Application, Theory, Fact

Set 8:
Truthfulness, Trustworthiness, Friendliness

Set 9:
Comfort, Peace, Love

Set 10:
Consistency, Quality, Variety,

Set 11:
Adaptability, Intelligence, Strength,

Set 12:
Healing, Growing, Changing

Set 13:
Fantasy, Perception, Reality

Set 14:
Wanted, Needed, Good

Set 15:
Flavor, Nutrition, Fullness

Edit: I accidentally clicked to post before finishing.
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Set 1: present, future, past. I the least amount of control over what has already happened.

Set 2: happiness, meaningfulness, longevity. Longevity and meaningfulness are only important in so far as they contribute to the happiness of myself and other human beings.

Set 3: Variable, but generally functionality, bargain, aesthetics. Do I need a tissue with lotion, or a pair of socks that looks fancy? NO. Do I need a raincoat that won't leak, and has a well-designed hood? YES.

Set 4: I need you to define righteousness, and give a context for the set. These terms seem to be related in a way that does not allow for a simple value comparison.

Set 5: Procedure, result, purpose. I do not believe that the ends justify the means, but if your purpose is helping others, then your plan backfires and hurts them instead, yes, the result matters more than the purpose. However, your intentions can serve as a mitigating factor when you are sentenced.

Set 6: Creativity, resourcefulness, perseverance. I see resourcefulness as an aspect of creativity. Perseverance is important, so I didn't like making it last place, but in the end I think the other to are more important.

set 7: theory, fact, application. There is absolutely no logic in my reasoning here. I just love knowledge and theories. In the case of theories, the more speculative, the better, as long as it is well-thought-out.

Set 8: Truthfulness/trustworthiness, friendliness. The first two are synonymous.

Set 9: love, peace, comfort. There cannot be peace without love, and there cannot be real comfort without peace.

Set 10: quality, variety, consistency.

Set 11: intelligence, adaptability, strength. In the end, intelligence and the ability to adapt are much more useful on the whole, although lots of strength is certainly not a bad thing.

Set 12: growing, healing, changing. I'm not totally sure what you're going for, but based on certain assumptions, this is my answer.

Set 13: fantasy, reality, perception. Can't live without fantasy. Perception, on the other hand, if you mean perceiving something other than the reality, like seeing blue where there is green, is not good.

Set 14: Good, needed, wanted.

Set 15: Nutrition, flavor, fullness. Nutrition and flavor will keep me happier in the long run than gorging myself with too much.
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Set 1:
Present, Future, Past

Set 2:
Happiness, Meaningfulness, Longevity

Set 3:
Functionality, Aesthetic, Bargain

Set 4:
Efficiency, Correctness, Righteousness

Set 5:
Procedure, Purpose, Result

Set 6:
Creativity, Resourcefulness, Perseverance

Set 7:
Application, Fact, Theory

Set 8:
Trustworthiness, Friendliness, Truthfulness

Set 9:
Peace, Comfort, Love

Set 10:
Quality, Consistency, Variety

Set 11:
Adaptability, Intelligence, Strength

Set 12:
Healing, Growing, Changing

Set 13:
Perception, Reality, Fantasy

Set 14:
Wanted, Good, Needed

Set 15:
Fullness, Flavor, Nutrition
Posted 8/31/15
ah, too much work
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Set 1:
Present, Future, Past

Set 2:
Happiness, Meaningfulness, Longevity

Set 3:
Functionality, Aesthetic, Bargain

Set 4:
Correctness, Efficiency, Righteousness,

Set 5:
Purpose, Result, Procedure

Set 6:
Creativity, Resourcefulness, Perseverance

Set 7:
Fact. Theory, Application

Set 8:
Trustworthiness, Truthfulness, Friendliness

Set 9:
Peace, Love, Comfort

Set 10:
Consistency, Quality, Variety

Set 11:
Adaptability, Intelligence, Strength

Set 12:
Healing, Growing, Changing

Set 13:
Perception, Reality, Fantasy

Set 14:
Needed, Good, Wanted

Set 15:
Flavor, Fullness Nutrition,

I wonder what this was all for...oh right I didn't care...
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Set 1:
Present, Future, Past - Act in the present to influence the future. Take from the past whatever you want, but don't let it saddle you with anything you don't.

Set 2:
Happiness, Longevity, Meaningfulness - I don't believe in any type of meaningfulness separated from happiness. Your own point of view is ultimately all you have; you should be free to do what you like and assign meaning as you see it. Meaning from a source outside yourself is no meaning at all.

Set 3:
Bargain, Functionality, Aesthetic - When it comes to the merely practical, I'm most interested in efficiency. Whatever gets the job done at the least cost to myself is best.

Set 4:
Correctness, Righteousness, Efficiency - I recognize that some morally good courses are just not feasible, but letting efficiency trump righteousness conceptually is contemptible. Refusing to consider what's best in favor of what can be done will keep you from trying to consider how things can be improved, and if nobody's trying, it will never happen. Correctness by definition is correct, so it must necessarily contain both righteousness and efficiency. When there is a correct solution, it should by all means by undertaken.

Set 5:
Procedure, Purpose, Result - It's all in what you, yourself, do. The end does not justify the means: doing a good thing does not nullify a bad thing, so it's wrong to do bad in order to do good. The result belongs to collective perception, not one's own, and is a result of the intermingling of procedures from separate sources. It's presumptuous to take responsibility for it unless it is the same as your purpose, in which case your procedure is what ought to be judged.

Set 6:
Creativity, Resourcefulness, Perseverance - Because I value ideas more than actions or things. Perseverance is respectable, but not interesting, and resourcefulness can be delightful, but is always temporary.

Set 7:
Theory, Application, Fact - Again, I favour ideas. A theory has the most value before it's been tested because it contains the most potential then. Once it's been observed and nailed down, it becomes a boring fact that people can memorize with no actual engagement with the idea. However, coming up with innovative applications for a fact can rekindle some of the initial excitemet it generated as a theory.

Set 8:
Truthfulness, Friendliness, Trustworthiness - Most people you meet won't be in your life long enough for their trustworthiness to be relevant, and I personally feel as though "trustworthiness" as a concept is on shaky ground, as it's putting responsibility for your own well-being in the hands of other people, who will obviously have different perspectives and priorities. What matters is that those people are not misleading you when you do meet them, and ideally that they can be polite.

Set 9:
Peace, Love, Comfort - Do what you love, as long as you're not inconveniencing others (ie. threatening peace). Comfort is a non-issue: if you like it, then you can file it under Love. If not, then don't consider it.

Set 10:
Quality, Consistency/Variety - Change or sameness have no inherent value. The only thing that should matter is the event or item itself.

Set 11:
Intelligence/Strength/Adaptability - It feels forced to be ranking these in the first place. It's not as if one precludes another, and each is capable of different feats. They're just not comparable.

Set 12:
Growing, Healing, Changing - Change without purpose or intent is pointless, and healing is important, but will take care of itself.

Set 13:
Perception - Reality and Fantasy assume objectivity is possible, which I'm not prepared to assert.

Set 14:
Wanted, Needed, Good - If you lack necessities, you want them. Need is only relevant if what you need is not there, and thus wanted. Similarly, what's good is only good insofar as people want it. Want is everything.

Set 15:
Flavor/Nutrition/Fullness - All three or bust! That's what cooking is for!
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Ohhh interesting!



Set 1:
Future, Past, Present

Set 2:
Happiness, Meaningfulness, Longevity

Set 3:
Functionality, Bargain, Aesthetic

Set 4:
Righteousness, Correctness, Efficiency

Set 5:
Purpose, Result, Procedure

Set 6:
Perseverance, Creativity, Resourcefulness

Set 7:
Theory, Application, Fact

Set 8:
Trustworthiness, Truthfulness, Friendliness

Set 9:
Love, Comfort, Peace

Set 10:
Quality, Consistency, Variety

Set 11:
Intelligence, Adaptability, Strength

Set 12:
Growing, Changing, Healing

Set 13:
Perception, Fantasy, Reality

Set 14:
Good, Needed, Wanted

Set 15:
Nutrition, Fullness, Flavor
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