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CLASSIFICATION OF VALUES

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carmela mae duron

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CLASSIFICATION OF VALUES

Carmela Mae C. Duron

Primary and Secondary Values
Primary Values
-Values that are chosen, acted upon and are necessary for human development

Secondary Values
-Values that hare obligatory in nature e.g, values in the family are necessary to the children

Religious Values
-Values enabling us to encounter God whom we believe to be the absolute good

Accidental and Natural Values
Accidental Values
-Values which are subject to variability, temporality and impermanence

Natural Values
-Values that are permanent in human nature

Intrinsic and Instrumental Values
Intrinsic Values
-Values considered in themselves


Instrumental Values
-Values considered as good because of their worth to us and to others

Moral Values
Refers to those qualities of an act performed by man freely and knowingly.

Cultural Values
Values which embraces poetry, painting, music, architecture and literature.
Social Values
Examples are:
Patriotism, Freedom of the Press, Fraternity, Economic Productivity and Politics
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