noninstrumental

noninstrumental

(ˌnɒnˌɪnstrəˈmɛntəl)
adj
(Music, other) lacking or not involving an instrument or instruments
n
a piece of music performed without instruments, a vocal performance
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The author examines three accounts of the nature of final value: the first claims that final value is noninstrumental value; the second claims that final value is the value a thing has as an end; the third claims that final value is ultimate or nonderivative value.
Scheffler ("Relationships and Responsibilities") defends a justification according to which partiality contributes (in his account, constitutively) to a relationship that the agent of the partiality has net, noninstrumental reasons to value.
rationale and those who prefer to employ a "noninstrumental"
But for members of the public, schools also serve a number of noninstrumental purposes --purposes worth pursuing for their own sake.
We posit that mnemonic institutions therefore serve a dualistic function, being both instrumental and noninstrumental, in the residential patterns of Jews in Toronto.
There are two problems with contingent valuation of environmental amenities that are potentially less pernicious in urban settings: nonfamiliarity and noninstrumental preferences.
This model comprises 8 components defined as system properties, user characteristics, context parameters, human-technology interaction, perceptions of instrumental qualities, perception of noninstrumental qualities, emotional user reaction, and consequences of the UX.
Allan Lind et al., Voice, Control, and Procedural Justice: Instrumental and Noninstrumental Concerns in Fairness Judgments, 59 J.
Noninstrumental variables estimation was the preferred estimation strategy.
Enhancement of numeric cognition in children with low achievement in mathematic after a noninstrumental musical training.
As Yang (2010) notes, in this early period, authors "stressed the noninstrumental aspects of literature published online, sometimes expressing an idealistic sense that Internet literature was a sign of the democratization of literary publishing" (p.
Tang uses nonhomogenized station data but is closer to the other four series than WangS, which uses noninstrumental proxy data for the annual averages before the 1950s.