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 +'''Value''' can refer to:
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 +*[[Value (personal and cultural)]] -- the principles, standards, or quality which guides human actions
 +*[[Value (economics)]] -- the market worth or estimated worth of commodities, services, assets, or work.
 +*[[Value theory]] -- in ethics, aesthetics and other evaluative matters
 +*[[Value (semiotics)]]
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 +==See also==
 +*[[Artistic merit]]
 +*[[Anthropological theories of value]]
 +*[[Theory of value]] for more general discussions of economic value.
 +*[[Moral character]]
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 +====Synonyms====
 +* ''(quality that renders something desirable)'' [[worth]]
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  • (quality that renders something desirable) worth




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