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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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And we can observe the valuational facts in our pets, their joint problems, diabetes, and all the breeding related flaws.
(159) The certainty of a fixed valuational reference also reduces administrative cost.
After the manipulation, Beth's valuational system is the product of manipulation and it is the only such system to which she has access.
Aunque tambien se refiere al patrimonio (economia) y al conocimiento de las cosas (epistemologia), responde a una logica relacional: "claims about value essentially involve a reference to the valuational framework of a particular social group of a particular culture" (Attfield 37).
Similarly, while he deals with competence and its importance for patient decision-making, and acknowledges the cognitive, emotional and volitional components of the notion, he never considers the issue of valuational competence.
The second concern is that the valuational use of ecology applied in the book is both ecologically and philosophically suspect, leading to a 'Panglossian' view of nature and leaving a chasm between the valuational metaphysics and any reasonable understanding of ethics.
Having abdicated the authorial prerogative of subsuming the characters' voices under his own, he is seen an author who has lost his "valuational point of support outside the hero"; who has let the heroes "takes possession"; who proved himself "unable to find any convincing and stable axiological point of support outside the hero," unable, in other words, to "consummate" the hero (17).
If the metavalue sits atop of his valuational hierarchy, he would be imprudent if he were to stop taking the anti-smoking drug.
Therefore, she suggests that in an ideal-typical situation, we could place the primary harm against the collectivity of despised sexualities to the cultural valuational structure, thereby proffering the remedy of recognition: revaluation and according positive recognition to gay and lesbian communities.
The spatial osmosis between marginalized periphery and opulent centre epitomizes a valuational problem:
These doctrines sometimes retain not only the epistemological but also the valuational connotation of ideal and idealism, indicating that reality somehow is, shares, or reflects perfection."
Our valuational paradigm shift will become focused on providing enough food, water, shelter, healthcare, education, security, spiritual and cultural opportunities, etc., for everyone, because our values will have changed from accumulating monetary units toward measuring value by mutuality of care and quality of life for all lives instead.
People in official positions occupy multiple valuational worlds.
Rational persons want their own happiness (eudaemonistic principle), pleasure, avoidance of pain (hedonic principle) and things they are justified--among other things on account of their experience--in taking to be intrinsically good (valuational principle).
Despite his sensitivity to the relativity of valuational perspectives, Emerson does not end in complete relativity; he retains his respect for the higher, the ideal good that ought to prevail in the world.