Comment: Allow me to incorporate an analogy

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Allow me to incorporate an analogy

using the 16th Amendment. The language of the 16th Amendment reads income from whatever source derived which means income has a source:

Does value have a source?
Does value have more than one type of source?
Does income derive from value?
Does a source of value determine whether or not any of its derivatives are income?
Is there only one type of value or can things be valued differently?
If there is more than one type of value does income only derive from a certain type of value from a specific source or type of source?

Furthermore, I have previously commented:

Premise: Human beings act.
Premise: Value does not exist in nature.

Conclusion: All value derives from human action.

If that is true does all value derive from only one type of human action?