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When something has worth in itself, or is an end in itself. Happiness is an example of something with intrinsic value. This concept is connected to instrumental value. Some things can have both intrinsic and instrumental value. Education is instrumentally valuable because you can use education to get a good job. You can also value education for itself alone.

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