But our values haven’t changed.
* Appeal to other people’s values.
Values as ideal entities do not change.
As a founder or business leader, your company's core values should reflect your own personal values.
(See the entry on incommensurable values.)
According to Rickert’s definitive elaboration, value-judgment precedes values.
If two concepts have the same values for every argument, then their courses of values are the same.
Moral values are not values for somebody, but are values of the act of the human person herself.
Hartmann’s ethics includes both a general theory of values and a penetrating description of the experience of values.
If enzyme activity at different pH values was being investigated, a decision would have to be made on what values of pH to use.
The demands made by values work in a twofold manner according to the already mentioned laws of the strength and height of values.
A more developed understanding of values may require consideration of further laws besides those of the strength and height of values.
The cognitive scheme of values concerns the kinds of knowledge a person values, for their own sake or for the sake of their practical consequences.
This distinction leaves room for values that are neither designated nor antidesignated and even for values that are both designated and antidesignated.
(For various directions of recent logical and philosophical investigations in the area of truth values see Truth Values I 2009 and Truth Values II 2009.)
These two principles operate in opposite directions: the strongest values are also the lowest values, whilst the highest values are the least strong ones.
The idea behind this distinction is that instrumental values lead causally to intrinsic values, while constitutive values amount to intrinsic values.
Pluralism, as Locke envisions it, has the potential to create agreement among competing and conflicting values, through the recognition of common features of various values and value systems.
Sometimes epistemic values are regarded as a subset of cognitive values and identified with values such as empirical adequacy and internal consistency that directly bear on the veracity of a scientific theory (Laudan 2004).
Additionally, ecosystem services can provide different types of values, some related to the use of the services by humans and others unrelated to human use; these are known to economists as use values and nonuse values, respectively.
- beliefs of a person or social group in which they have an emotional investment (either for or against something)
Example: he has very conservatives values
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