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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 1200
Professor
David Matheson
Semester
Winter

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Nagel  Essentially when we die, the chain ends with the last goal that gets accomplished, something that gives life meaning.  Instrumental (Extrinsic) Worth | Something has instrumental value just in case it has worth, but only                                                                     because it allows us to obtain something else of worth Intrinsic Worth | Something has intrinsic worth just in case it has worth in and of itself The Instrumental Worth Argument  P1 : If there is an immanent meaning of life, then life must relate to something immanent that has intrinsic         worth  “Don’t change it for that 10$" P2 : Life can’t relate to something immanent that has intrinsic wo
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