- Principles or standards, one's judgement of what is valuable or important.
- value agent
- A non-profit value-promoting agent in the Factasia Value Net.
- value net
- The economic infrastructure of Factasia.
- value system
- A coherent, organised collection of values, e.g. The Factasia Value System.
- a name used in a formal notation, either for an unspecified value (of some particular type) (a free variable) or in a variable binding construct (such as universal quantification or lambda abstraction) (a bound variable).
- see also:
- type variable
- The process of establishing the truth of a proposition.
the verification principle
- A principle of logical positivism to the effect that the meaning of a statement lies in its method of verification, and that a statement is meaningful iff it can in principle be verified.
- A group of philosophical scientists and scientific philosophers which flourished in Vienna during the late 1920s and early 1930s and was the source of the philosophy of logical positivism.
- Apparent, not real.
- virtual brand
- A brand (as in product marketing) promoted in its own right, not closely associated with tangible product.
A branded vision or ideology promulgated through cyber-space.
- virtual corporation
- (1 - strong)
- A company with few or no employees and no physical assets, possibly identified with a virtual brand.
- (2 - weak)
- A company which conducts a significant part of its business electronically, or which makes use of telecommuting.
- Moral excellence, goodness.
- Imaginative insight or foresight.
created 1995/10/3 modified 1999/9/23