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the study of values and value judgments

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So, the much discussed term purusartha, according to scholars the lynchpin of Brahmanical discussion about the aims or goals of human beings and of Hindu axiology, (12) is very rare or entirely absent in the vocabulary of most ancient Indian texts.
"China's Micro Film: Socialist Cultural Production in the Micro Era", Cultura: International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology, 13(2) (2016):67-75.
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2017 "Anglicisms and Word Axiology in Homosexual Language" RESLA: Revista Espanola de Linguistica Aplicada 30 (1): 74-102.
An important part of any plausible ethical theory, consequentialist or otherwise, is its axiology: its ranking of states of affairs in terms of better and worse overall, or (if cardinal information is also present) its assignment of values to states of affairs.
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Thus, Coyne concludes 'that Jonas's philosophy of life, if rectified, could act as a basis for such [a biocentric] ethic in bridging ontology and axiology via teleology' (p.
With the contention that "current debate on community is shaped by Hegel's original dialectical questioning" (9) of the separation between political and civil aspects of communal life, the author finds in Karl Marx and Ferdinand Tonnies an axiology which necessitates the individual as an indivisible and untrascendable "figure of immanence" (3).
This positioned a new axiology centered in the value chain that the internet provides, and the new market of fiber optic.
Technological unemployment may generate: (i) the distributional issue (more returns go to capital owners); and (ii) the issue in personal axiology (individuals should use the time they previously devoted to labor).
However, it should be noted that the principles of cultural policy were not formed only on the basis of 'socialist axiology', but also in response to real social problems.
(6.) Although not elaborated in this brief paper, it has to be noted that ethics as theory of conduct (or, more generally, axiology as theory of value) in relation to something presupposes knowing what that thing is, hence questions of "oughtness" assume answers to much more fundamental questions of "whatness": what is human nature and what is the nature of the world in which humans live and pursue their livelihoods.
But he who has a negative prism and/or even twisted axiology simply discourages others from drinking off the glass, if only to conserve the water, the depletion of which is seen as alarming.
Like Furtak and Tauber, Laura Dassow Walls tracks Thoreau along what she describes as a "perceptual middle ground." Guided by Bruno Latour and Alexander von Humboldt, however, Walls links epistemology to ecology and politics rather than to aesthetics and axiology. Focusing on the late project, Wild Fruits, she sees Thoreau's increasing material and metaphysical investment in "the Wild" after Walden as a turn from being preoccupied with individualism to dwelling in a collective and "livable cosmos." For Thoreau, writing was a practice of "articulation" in Latour's sense of composing a world of subjects and objects, of human and non-human beings, through language and action.
About axiology and business: history of slavery is like a circle, written by the Professor Dawid "Renas" Bunikowski, Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Eastern Finland and also Distinguished Academic Associate at the Centre for Law and Religion, of the Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University in the United Kingdom, which seeks to familiarize the reader with problems of ethics and business ethics, in a context of financial crisis.