For them virtue and duty have a relative and not an absolute value.
Of course there is no such thing as absolute value in this world.
We may judge of the relative, but not of the absolute value of what is left.
Second, Professor Fisher has no absolute value in his scheme.
The "human factor" which explains the absolute value is, for them, labor.
The absolute value of a thing, then, is its cost in time and expense.
Is the absolute value of the parts in shadow lowered or raised?
There is no disputing the absolute value of this pure perception.
As if they had not absolute value in themselves, nor served a finer end!
But left us not forget that no service has a fixed and absolute value, compared with others.
absolute value The value of a number without regard to its sign. For example, the absolute value of +3 (written |+3|) and the absolute value of -3 (written |-3|) are both 3. |