• Values are not always the same, because they are principally understood intersubjective. Without context, values are neither morally nor valuing. Originally, the term value, which we might understand as an umbrella term with core values, dominant cultures and value codices, can not be a philosophic-theological concept but comes out from the National Economy in Germany. While Aristotle was searching after the eu sän, making one live a good life; there were economists such as Karl Marx and Herbert Spencer asking for the value added of particular cases.

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