Reality, space, time, and causality: the fundamental nature and characteristics of the universe, and the cause and effect relationships between events and objects.
Identity, value, motion, and change: the unique characteristics and worth of objects and individuals, and the movement and transformation of objects over time.
Quantity, emotion, mind, and consciousness: the measurement and feelings of objects and individuals, and the mental processes that enable us to think, perceive, and experience the world.
Matter, energy, life, and biology: the substance and characteristics of physical and living things, and the study of living organisms.
Evolution, perception, language, and mathematics: the changes and adaptations of living organisms, and the communication and analysis of abstract and quantitative information.
Logic, truth, knowledge, and beauty: the principles and techniques used to analyze and manipulate information, and the existence and verification of facts and ideas, and the pleasing and expressive qualities of things.
Morality, ethics, religion, and spirituality: 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, empathy, and compassion: 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.