We aren't making a value judgment
on these administrators and the cost of having them.
And she insisted there is no difference between a PS50 meal on a credit card and taking out a payday loan, saying: "No one would make a value judgment
about whether I was paying that back at the end of the month.
The consumer sees a discrete choice for every option, so this puts them in a position to make a value judgment
about each one.
That's not just because they manifest themselves publicly, but also because they carry a value judgment
, something that tends to affect self-judgment.
This is a value judgment
, and gives It moral significance to the whole concept of science.
No scientific evidence can define a margin of safety; no scientific evidence can replace the value judgment
of which evidence to rely on, which evidence to dismiss, and so forth.
The story makes no value judgment
as to whether Scully's words are economically sound or tend to bankrupt the listener, which seems kind of ironic considering the source.
Morgado responded that is a value judgment
town meeting will have to consider.
He explained that he got a Catholic education at Marquette University, a Jesuit school, and was taught "that I can make a value judgment
, and my value judgment
happens to be different from the Archbishop's.
That's not a value judgment
on rock music, Frisina told Vatican Radio.
This is not merely a policy choice but also a value judgment
based on race and class, about whose economic interests are important and whose lives are expendable.
Dichotomists usually argue that the descriptive and evaluative aspects are separable components--that to call someone courageous, say, is to make a factual judgment that she is unusually willing to face danger, along with a distinct value judgment
approving of this trait.