Reality, space, and time: the fundamental nature and characteristics of the universe.
Causality, identity, and value: the relationships and attributes of objects and individuals.
Motion, change, and quantity: the movement and transformation of objects and events.
Emotion, mind, and consciousness: the feelings and mental processes of individuals.
Matter, energy, and life: the substance and characteristics of physical and living things.
Biology, evolution, and perception: the study and changes of living organisms and the interpretation of sensory information.
Language, mathematics, and logic: the principles and techniques used to communicate and analyze abstract and quantitative information.
Truth, knowledge, and beauty: the existence and verification of facts and ideas, and the pleasing and expressive qualities of things.
Morality, ethics, and religion: the principles and values that guide behavior and decision making, and the beliefs and practices concerning the nature of the universe and a higher power or spiritual realm.
Health, medicine, and empathy: the promotion, maintenance, and restoration of physical and mental well-being, and the ability to understand and share the feelings of others.
Love and relationships: the emotional bond and connection between individuals.