„Market value is irrelevant to intrinsic value. … Unqualified judgment can at most claim to decide the market-value — a value that can be in inverse proportion to the intrinsic value.“

"An Artistic Impression" (1909) in Style and Idea (1985), p. 190
before 1930

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Arnold Schönberg2
österreichisch-amerikanischer Komponist 1874 - 1951

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„What the poet has in mind . . . is that poetic value is an intrinsic value. It is not the value of knowledge. It is not the value of faith. It is the value of imagination.“

—  Wallace Stevens American poet 1879 - 1955

The Necessary Angel (1951), Imagination as Value
Kontext: What the poet has in mind... is that poetic value is an intrinsic value. It is not the value of knowledge. It is not the value of faith. It is the value of imagination. The poet tries to exemplify it, in part as I have tried to exemplify it here, by identifying it with an imaginative activity that diffuses itself throughout our lives.

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„A weakness of the random-walk model lies in its assumption of instantaneous adjustment, whereas the information impelling a stock market toward its "intrinsic value" gradually becomes disseminated throughout the market place.“

—  Richard Arnold Epstein American physicist 1927

Quelle: The Theory of Gambling and Statistical Logic (Revised Edition) 1977, Chapter Nine, Weighted Statistical Logic And Statistical Games, p. 299

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„A government cannot be truly just without affirming the intrinsic value of human life.“

—  Charles W. Colson Lawyer, public servant, Christian advocate 1931 - 2012

Quelle: God and Government: An Insider's View on the Boundaries between Faith and Politics

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„The intrinsic value of woman consists essentially in exceptional receptivity for God's work in the soul, and this value comes to unalloyed development if we abandon ourselves confidently and unresistingly to this work.“

—  Edith Stein Jewish-German nun, theologian and philosopher 1891 - 1942

Essays on Woman (1996), The Significance of Woman's Intrinsic Value in National Life (1928)

Adam Smith Foto

„It is not adequate merely to produce running code. In the long term, enterprise value lies in the models themselves. They have intrinsic value in their own right, as they constitute the baseline for managing change“

—  John Zachman American computer scientist 1934

Zachman cited in: Carol O'Rourke, Neal Fishman, Warren Selkow (2003) Enterprise architecture using the Zachman Framework. p. 538

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„The value of a book about dealing with children is inversely proportional to the number of times it contains the word behavior.“

—  Alfie Kohn American author and lecturer 1957

Published in Education Leadership, September 2005 http://www.alfiekohn.org/teaching/uncondtchg.htm

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„The increase in value of the world of things is directly proportional to the decrease in value of the human world.“

—  Karl Marx German philosopher, economist, sociologist, journalist and revolutionary socialist 1818 - 1883

Quelle: Economic & Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844/The Communist Manifesto

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„What we possess has its intrinsic value, but how we came to possess it is also an important question.“

—  Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse British sociologist 1864 - 1929

Quelle: Liberalism (1911), Chapter IX, The Future Of Liberalism, p. 117.

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„Only on the assumption of belief in the validity of values is the attempt to espouse value-judgments meaningful. However, to judge the validity of such values is a matter of faith.“

—  Max Weber German sociologist, philosopher, and political economist 1864 - 1920

Max Weber (1949/2011), Methodology of Social Sciences, Edward E. Shils & Henry A. Finch (transl. & ed.). p. 55

„Metal, intrinsic value, deep and dense,
Preanimate, inimitable, still,
Real, but an evil with no human sense,
Dispersed the mind to concentrate the will.“

—  Yvor Winters American poet and literary critic 1900 - 1968

"John Sutter"
The Collected Poems of Yvor Winters (1960)

„In fact, using entirely reasonable assumptions, you can make the Dow's discounted market value almost anything you want it to be.“

—  William J. Bernstein economist 1948

Quelle: The Four Pillars of Investing (2002), Chapter 2, Measuring The Beast, p. 53.

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