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the act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone

a measure of those qualities that determine merit, desirability, usefulness, or importance

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assessed price

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Or, if there is no highest level but instead an infinite hierarchy, projects are those valuational commitments that, at every succeeding level, are positively valued.
A transformative politics of recognition and redistribution has to deal with several issues: an understanding of certain types of work as dirty, a division of labour that sustains the performance of such work by women of certain castes/class and a cultural valuational principle that determines that cleaning is women's work.
The answers are as many as there are different cultural, religious, and philosophic perspectives--each characteristically aiming at a comprehensive world vision and interpretation, 6each expressing its own particularities and valuational emphases.
Large, geographically dispersed communities, on the other hand, are characterized by a diversity of traditions and values, so the minimal valuational demands of the market would appear especially attractive to members seeking rational forms of social cooperation.
The most powerful factors determining the internal climate are unexamined valuational commitments.
His book Thinking Ecologically: Environmental Thought, Values and Policy (Morito 2002) develops a sophisticated 'biocentric' approach to ecological evaluation that, although informed by a variety of Eastern and aboriginal traditions, focuses primarily on the valuational significance of evolutionary processes and ecosystemic relations.
Regardless of whether the selection is determined, the inquirer furthers inquiry through review and rearrangement of the phenomenological base, anchoring the inquiry's resolution in her or his sense of things underlying cognitive and valuational preferences; that is underlying her or his ways of paying attention in belief, assessment and action as inquiry brings forth a world.
They also explore how a reappropriated understanding of sacraments and sacramental experience in the light of postmodern problematics can address the valuational concerns behind the postmodern critique of modernity.
Ambivalence, Valuational Inconsistency, and the Divided Self, PATRICIA MARINO
What this shows is that every member of the ecological community is already in some form of community, even before a moral community is established and that valuational activity connects us all, even before values are conferred or recognized.
help in bringing out the need for transparent valuational scrutiny of individual advantages and adversities, since the different functionings have to be assessed and weighted in relation to each other, and the opportunities of having different combinations of functionings also have to be evaluated.