Theories of values
The theories of values set out in the writings of Brentano and his disciples are to be framed, and then investigated, within the philosophical movement generated by the affirmation of axiological issues at the end of the last century. These issues also rose to prominence as a result of Lotzean research, and they freed the theory of values from its subordination to normative ethics, rendering it a theory of the object of evaluation in general.
Dappiano, L. (1996)., Theories of values, in L. Albertazzi & R. Poli (eds.), The school of Franz Brentano, Dordrecht, Nijhoff, pp. 377-422.
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