Definition of value

The value is a quality that gives things, the facts or people an estimate, either positive or negative. The axiology is the branch of responsible philosophy of the study of nature and the essence of the value. For objective idealism, the value will not necessarily of itself; On the other hand, for subjective idealism, the value lies in the consciousness (i.e., in the subjectivity of the persons who use the value). For the current philosophical materialism, the nature of the value lies in the ability of humans to promote the world objectively.
On the other hand, the values are inherent to the person, such as humility, moral characteristics of responsibility, pity and solidarity. In ancient Greece, the concept of value was intended as a general subject and without divisions, but from time studies are specialized, for various types of values appeared and began to be compared to different disciplines/subjects and science.
Values are also a whole range of examples that the company offers within social relationships. For this reason, it is said that a person "a values" insofar as it has a relationship of respect with others. We can say that the values are beliefs of high-level, shared by a culture and which arise from the social consensus.
The theory of values implies the existence of a scale from positive to negative. The beauty, the useful, the good and the just are precious in the eyes of society.