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Last seen on: The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 28,966 – Feb 5 2019

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The word “value” is both a verb and a noun, each with multiple meanings. But its root meaning always involves social judgments of qualities such as goodness, worth, truth, justice, beauty. The word names either the rational criterion applied when judging, or results of judging, the presence of such qualities.[1]:1-3[2]:37–44


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Humans attribute qualities to objects, beliefs, and behaviors as they identify means that “work” to carry on social life, and ends that are “right” for social life itself. Qualities that “work” are judged by the instrumental criterion, and are said to possess instrumental value. Qualities that are “right” in themselves are judged by the intrinsic criterion, and are said to possess intrinsic value. The value of a smart phone or a scientific theory is instrumental. The value of the Ten Commandments or the US Constitution is intrinsic.

The noun value sometimes names the instrumental or intrinsic criterion being applied. More often, it names things judged to possess instrumental or intrinsic value. Modern scholars have refined these ancient common-sense meanings of value. Sociologist Max Weber applied the labels instrumental and intrinsic value to two patterns of social action. Here are his original definitions, followed by current labels for the two criteria from the Oxford Handbook of Value Theory.

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