Maslow's List of B(eing)-Values (TPB 83, quoted verbatim)
- wholeness; (unity; integration; tendency to one-ness; interconnectedness; simplicity; organization; structure; dichotomy-transcendence; order);
- perfection; (necessity; just-right-ness; just-so-ness; inevitability; suitability; justice; completeness; "oughtness")
- completion; (ending; finality; justice; "it's finished"; fulfillment; finis and telos; destiny; fate);
- justice; (fairness; orderliness; lawfulness; "oughtness");
- aliveness; (process; non-deadness; spontaneity; self-regulation; full-functioning);
- richness; (differentiation, complexity; intricacy);
- simplicity; (honesty; nakedness; essentiality; abstract, essential, skeletal structure);
- beauty; (rightness; form; aliveness; simplicity; richness; wholeness; perfection; completion; uniqueness; honesty);
- goodness; (rightness; desireability; oughtness; justice; benevolence; honesty);
- uniqueness; (idiosyncrasy; individuality; non-comparability; novelty);
- effortlessness; (ease; lack of strain, striving or difficulty; grace; perfect, beautiful functioning);
- playfulness; (fun; joy; amusement; gaiety; humor; exuberance; effortlessness);
- truth; honesty; reality; (nakedness; simplicity; richness; oughtness; beauty; pure, clean and unadulterated; completeness; essentiality).
- self-sufficiency; (autonomy; independence; not-needing-other-than-itself-in-order-to-be-itself; self-determining; environment-transcendence; separateness; living by its own laws).