intrinsic

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intrinsic

(Belonging), adjective implicit, inherent, pertinent
Associated concepts: intrinsic fraud, intrinsic jury, intrinsic value

intrinsic

(Deep down), adjective deep-seated, inner, internal, inward
See also: born, central, essential, implicit, ingrained, inherent, innate, native, organic, virtual
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All the world's particulars can be ordered in a continuous scale of decreasing similarity to the particulars whose intrinsic value is intuitively obvious.
Remaining stocks are then weighted by a rules-based measure of intrinsic value.
Learners' intrinsic value has been identified as another important factor influencing learning flow.
The intrinsic value of a put option is the maximum of zero and the difference between the strike price and spot price, that is, Max (0, St-Sp).
We initiate our coverage of Simplex with a Buy rating and value Simplex's share at an intrinsic value of Rs.
On certain accounts, desert is sensitive to a particular type of intrinsic value, namely, that which accrues to an agent in virtue of some act or characteristic for which she is morally responsible.
At a current price of $113, a call option on XYZ with a $100 strike price has an intrinsic value of $13 per share (current market price of $113 less strike price of $100).
Column K shows the option is "in the money" or has intrinsic value at K5, K6, K7, K9 and K13 of the 16 terminal nodes.
The commodity value of the check or piece of paper is a fraction of a cent, but the intrinsic value could be $1 million.
By referring to "wildlife" generally, Parliament also appeared to consider both individual living wild organisms and wildlife species as having intrinsic value (the Act defines "wildlife species" broadly as including subspecies and distinct populations of wildlife species), thus, taking a bold stand on another aspect of the philosophical debate.
Scientific knowledge can help in the assessment of instrumental values, and in the application of appropriate criteria to the assessment of intrinsic value, but not in the definition of those criteria.

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