Difference between revisions of "Means-end"

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'''Means-end''' is a [[good]] sought both for its own sake (the end) and as a way to obtain something else (the means).  Many, perhaps most, human actions can be explained as means-end.
 
'''Means-end''' is a [[good]] sought both for its own sake (the end) and as a way to obtain something else (the means).  Many, perhaps most, human actions can be explained as means-end.
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Means-end is a good sought both for its own sake (the end) and as a way to obtain something else (the means). Many, perhaps most, human actions can be explained as means-end.