In­trin­sic vs. in­stru­men­tal value

TagLast edit: 17 May 2021 13:57 UTC by Pablo

Intrinsic value (sometimes called terminal value) is the value something has for its own sake. Instrumental value is the value something has by virtue of its effects on other things.

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