Define other related concepts along the way for your explication of each of the above key concepts, such as, value conferral, value generation, anthropocentric, anthropogenic, source (versus) locus, instrumental value

CONTENT:
Keekok Lee provides a response to the different definitions of intrinsic value provided by J. Baird Callicott and Holmes Rolston III. Present, define, and explain these different versions of intrinsic value and show Lees complete response (solution). After you provide the above explications, also provide a brief analysis as to whether or not you think Lees response is helpful/useful to further define intrinsic value.
Provide, but to NOT LIMIT yourself in your response, to explain and relate the following:
1. Define J. Baird Callicotts concept of intrinsic value (truncated sense of intrinsic value)
2. Define Rolstons concept of intrinsic value
3. Define other related concepts along the way for your explication of each of the above key
concepts, such as, value conferral, value generation, anthropocentric, anthropogenic,
source (versus) locus, instrumental value
4. Define the key concepts that comprise/make-up Lees suggestions toward a new view of
intrinsic value including the concepts: value for itself, value in itself, intrinsic value a,
intrinsic value b, mutely enacted value (MEVs) recognized articulated value (REVs).
5. Provide your analysis: Is Lees response helpful/usefulwhy or why not? (Provide your
reasons.)
NOTE: Avoid ambiguous terms of reference (e.g., he, she, it, that). Let there be no misunderstanding as to which or whose ideas you intend to refer in your explications for each philosopher. Carefully and consistently define ideas and any other terms central to your discussion/explication.