Table of Contents


1. Seven Universal and Timeless Values

IllustrationThe Seven Values that have Sustained Our Species’ Survival
Characteristics of These Values
The Four Primary Values
The Three Secondary Value-Emotions
Human Motivation
The Priorities of Decision-Making
IllustrationPriorities of Decision-Making in a Socially Sustainable Society
Values, Hierarchies of Need, and Social Change

2. Moral Decision-Logic and Moral Definitions for Each Value

The Decision-Logic of the Seven Human Values
The “IF . . . THEN” of Building Logic-Sequences
Proactive Moral Definitions For the Four Primary Values
Proactive Moral Definitions For the Three Secondary Values

3. Ethics Statements for Each Moral Definition

Ethics Statements tell us HOW TO fulfill Moral Definitions
Ethics Statements for the Four Primary Values
Ethics Statements for the Three Secondary Values

4. Expressed Ethics

Expressed Ethics tell us WHAT TO DO fulfill Ethics Statements
Expressed Ethics for Each Ethics Statement
The Expressed Ethics for the Four Primary Values
The Expressed Ethics for the Three Secondary Values
The Graces of Expressed Ethics
A Discussion of Proactive Morality and Ethics

5. Succinct Logic-Sequences for the Seven Values

A Brief Review

6. Sustainability — Bedrock for Moral and Ethical Decision-Making

Table, “Sustainability, Two Types”
The Durations of Existence
The Durations of “Sustaining”
Brief Summary

7. Which Form of Morality to Choose?

Traditional Morality
Innate Morality
Innately Proactive Morality
Minimal Moral Duty

8. In the Organizational Context

Strategic Organizational Failure
Discern this Closely
Causes for the Failure of Organizations to Adapt

9. A Logic-Method for Validating Decisions and Actions as Being Moral, Ethical, and Sustainable

The Schematic, the Team, and the Mischief of Assumptions
Beginning the Process for Discovering Peace
The Process of Achieving Peace

Social Sustainability Design and Validation Schematic

10. Conclusions