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Explanation: I think "set of values" would be fine here, as in the article below:
"Morality Is A Set Of Values Which Form The Basis Of An Understanding
There can be no intelligence, artificial or organic, that can exist without a set of values. It is essential part of every creature's mind as it must be formed before that creature can use reason—understand. And this set of values is the Morality of the creature. Hence for us, Morality is not just a set of values, but a vital and permanent part of ourselves, formed in childhood before the age of reason, which dictates how we understand the world. "