Originally Posted by Dan.Linehan
I wonder if there is a way to align those more.
I personally think that the two might be more aligned than people might think… unless the person doing the assessment belongs to a group that does not adhere to the majority’s points of view…
A hippie and a banker could not agree on monetary or philosophical values… but I believe that the mainstream crowd would be pretty close…
Social value: This term embraces a range of qualities for a place such as spiritual, traditional, economic, political, or national qualities which are valued by the majority or minority group of that place. Social values include contemporary cultural values.
Intrinsic value is generally defined as the inherent worth of something, independent of its value to anyone or anything else. One way to think about intrinsic value is to view it as similar to the inalienable right to exist. |