1. Is the opinion of the majority—in government or in any other circumstances—a poor guide? (2005.3)
2. Are people afraid to speak out against authority, whether the authority is an individual, a group, or a government? (2005.5)
3. Does worrying too much about other people’s opinions prevent us from seeing things clearly? (2005.5)
4. Do newspapers, magazines, television, radio, movies, the Internet, and other media determine what is important to most people? (2005.6)
5. Is praising others, even if the praise is excessive or undeserved, a necessary part of life? (2005.11)
6. Is it important to question the ideas and decisions of people in positions of authority? (2006.10)
7. Is criticism—judging or finding fault with the ideas and actions of others—essential for personal well-being and social progress?
8. Should our perceptions of beauty be influenced by the perceptions of beauty of other people? (2005.11)
9. Are established rules too limited to guide people in real-life situations? (2006.6)
10. Do we need other people to identify who we are?
11. Are people more likely to be productive and successful when they ignore the opinion of others?
1.Is creativity needed more than ever in the world today? (2005.3)
2.Does progress depend on people with new ideas rather than on people whose ideas are based on the current way of doing things? (2005.5)
3.Can people ever be truly original? (2007.10)
4.Is it always necessary to find new solutions to problems? (2007.11)
5.Is it always better to be original than to imitate or use the ideas of others? (2008.1)
6.Do closed doors make us creative?
7. Should people always prefer the new things, ideas,or values to those of the past?
1. Are people better at making observations, discoveries, and decisions if they remain neutral and impartial? (2005.3)
2. Do success and happiness depend on the choices people make rather than on factors beyond their control? (2006.11)
3. Does having a large number of options to choose from make people happy? (2007.11)
4. Should people choose one of two opposing sides of an issue, or is the truth usually found "in the middle"(2007.12)
5. Are people’s lives the results of the choice they make?
6. Do bad choices and good choices equally have negative consequences?
7. Are we free to make our own decisions or are limited in the choices we make?
8. Is it important to understand people’s motivations before judge their actions?
9. Are people’s actions motivated by a desire for power over others?(2008.5)
1. Is a person responsible, through the example he or she sets, for the behavior of other people? (2005.3)
2. Do we put too much value on the ideas or actions of individual people? (2006.11)
3. Should people take more responsibility for solving problems that affect their communities or the nation in general? (2007.1)
4. Is it always best to determine one's own views of right and wrong, or can we benefit from following the crowd? (2007.5)
5. Is there any value for people to belong only to a group or groups with which they have somethingin common? (2008.1)
6. Are organizations or groups most successful when their members pursue individual wishes and goals? (2008.3)
7. Do people accomplish more when they are allowed to do things in their own way? (2006.1)
8. Should each individual decide what and how to learn? (2006.4)
9. Does the success of a community—whether it is a class, a team, a family, a nation, or any other group—depend upon people's willingness to limit their personal interests? (2006.5)
10. Do we tend to accept the opinions of others instead of developing our own independent ideas? (2006.6)
11. Is it more valuable for people to fit in than to be unique and different? (2007.3)