value judgement

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Noun1.value judgement - an assessment that reveals more about the values of the person making the assessment than about the reality of what is assessed
judgment, assessment, judgement - the act of judging or assessing a person or situation or event; "they criticized my judgment of the contestants"
moralism - judgments about another person's morality; "he could not stand her hectoring moralism"
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The visual cortex is well equipped to discriminate the fine details in appearance that underlie value judgments about natural objects, Connor said.
The purpose of this paper is to show that in many cases, the State abusively restricts individuals' freedom of expression, amid confusion between exercising their right to free expression and the issue of value judgments.
There are a lot of value judgments made in the book about the creatures and so it would be good if the children were also able to make their own assessments about the creatures' ability before the event.
Chua, however, disagreed, pointing out that educators should not be afraid to give value judgments.
Ropke's relatively short essay, "A Value Judgment on Value Judgments" appeared in the journal Revue de la Faculte des Sciences Economiques de l'universite d'Istanbul, published, as the title suggests, by the Faculty of Economics at the University of Istanbul in 1941/1942.
He generally doesn't make value judgments on a piece as a whole unless the thing is truly great or truly dreadful, which is good because most shows fall somewhere in the middle while they're still being worked on.
They are strictly bound to moral values leading to value judgments and potentially triggering specific emotions.
The volume reprints 33 articles on the pillars of economic understanding, the history of political economy, the psychological foundations of economic theory, research priorities in the history of economics, methodological controversies, the influence of Veblen's methodology, value judgments, and the professionalization of American social science.
First, Colombatto does an excellent job of reminding us that policymaking requires value judgments and, hence, an underlying defense of the fundamental values that analysts and policymakers hold.
Murray said "the authorities have requested financial assistance and part of the process is we go in, we look at things and we make value judgments, we sit down and talking to the authorities.
During the industrialization period, gender and power issues were phenomena which were full of value judgments.
Also solo thinking was more likely to include value judgments not supported by evidence (Mean = 6.