The word 'values' itself has only one meaning, but multiple frames of reference:Numeric values
Moral and ethical values
Values are literally measures. A value, by definition, is a quantification. Depending on the context of the use of the word, values may be expressed in either positive or negative terms. Metaphorically, the use of the word values when referring to a person related to that person's ethical or moral condition.
Examples of Values:
|It's not a question of spiritual values - I just want to buy these shoes.|
So your system of values allows you to be a bigamist, but not a hypocrite?
The Inglehart-Welzel cultural map of the world, created by sociopolitical scientists Ronald Inglehart and Christian Welzel based on the world values survey.