extrinsic properties

extrinsic properties

[ek¦strinz·ik ′präp·ərd·ēz]
(electronics)
The properties of a semiconductor as modified by impurities or imperfections within the crystal.
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It is then argued that moral properties are extrinsic properties.
Something can be intrinsically or extrinsically valuable on the one hand, and it can be valued for its intrinsic or extrinsic properties, on the other.
Whether Pluto retains its planetary status in the future will require consideration of all of its known properties and their comparison with the extrinsic properties of other objects: asteroids, comets, and planets.
The Distinction between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Properties, DAVID A.