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The differences among natural law views on the character of the common good are not trivial: they concern such deep issues as whether the common good should be understood as an intrinsic or an instrumental good, and whether the common good should be understood in relation to the good of individuals of that community or solely in relation to the good of the community as a whole.
In a consignment, the consignor retains title to the goods delivered to the consignee.
Furthermore, since the main characteristic of an experience good is that its value cannot be determined prior to consumption, this definition can be extended to the goods for which it is possible to obtain full information about their attributes but the value obtained from these attribute remains unknown or uncertain.