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Definition of "intrinsic value" []

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "intrinsic value" in a sentence
  • "We therefore say that the condignity between merit and reward owes its origin to a twofold source: to the intrinsic value of the good work and to the free acceptance and gratuitous promise of God (cf. James, i, 12)."
  • "While we must always regard its intrinsic value as infinite, since it is the sacrifice of the God-Man"
  • "They were — most of all Cowdray, who recognized in his Commander's manner an intention - several times discussed by them in the past in private — to sacrifice something of intrinsic value in order to maintain the overall aim."