Related Links

This American Life: Act Four
The Science of Good and Evil

Listen to the February 7th, 2003 episode of This American Life on "Time to Save the World" where Susan Drury discusses the Hartman Value Profile and its basis in a science whose goals could not be grander—to aid in the fight between good and evil.

Listen to Act Four


Calresco Organization

Another approach to developing a science of value containing a wealth of information about values and value theory.

Axios Institute

Axios Institute is an independent research institute focused on the study of all human values. It is not affiliated with, nor does it propound or express the views of, any particular religion, philosophy, or organized system of thought or values.

The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love

They seek to increase public awareness of the growing dialogue on Unlimited Love that is taking place at the interface of (1) new scientific investigations (e.g., in the health sciences, psychology, sociology, neuroscience, physics, and mathematics); (2) insights of the world’s great philosophical, spiritual and theological traditions; and (3) inspiring works of love by exemplars across the world.

The Autognomics Institute of Norm Hirst

Hirst suggests that in Hartman’s hierarchy systemic valuation and extrinsic valuation are in consciousness. Intrinsic valuation is in awareness. Intrinsic valuation is the highest because it provides the ground for the others to develop.

Neurological Basis for Intrinsic Evaluation

Bestselling author, political adviser and social and ethical prophet Jeremy Rifkin investigates the evolution of empathy and the profound ways that it has shaped our development and our society.

Watch on Youtube


Rocket Mail

If you were interested in the Hartman/Zucker connection presented under the “Rockets” button, you might want to look at this website operated by Paul A. Roales.

Links to consultants using the Hartman Value Profile
are available at Axiological Service Providers.