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.
Finally, the assessment employs valuational
Science is value-neutral; religion is essentially valuational
Gandhian development: An exploration of the conceptual, structural, and valuational
As Dwight Waldo pointed out many years ago, our day-to-day thinking, talking, and writing--whether in universities or in the agencies of government--has important theoretical and valuational
underpinnings and consequences.
For pluralism as for any serious position, the difference between (say) saving innocent lives and shedding innocent blood is part of the objective structure of the valuational
 It is important to note that such a reduction of existential relations renders both logical and valuational
relations ontologically inadmissible.
Shapiro asserted that "all biography has an ethical or valuational
component, for there is no neutral way to script a life."(24) Biographies could be placed on a continuum between the poles at which people either supported or challenged people and institutions involved in the social and political control of the state.(25) One of the important differences was the effect of the techniques of oral history on the writing of contemporary history.
Understandably, in the last decade or more, a corps of scholars has underlined the poem's valuational
and thematic mobility.
The conception of emotions and their conditions of appropriateness sketched here resemble the central features of David Wiggins's "sensible subjectivism." This view agrees with classical emotivism that in making value-judgments "there is nothing more fundamental than actually possible human sentiments,"(10) but it is not stuck at the emotivists' position where the occurrence of an emotional response is sufficient for ascribing a valuational
predicate, for example, "fear worthy." Without trying to provide a strict definition or complete analysis of emotions, they can be further characterized as states of persons that form pairs with qualities in objects that typically evoke them, as certain properties produce fear.
A present interest in property qualifies for the exclusion only to the extent that it is Susceptible to valuational
.(273) Although the donee may be entitled to the income from the trust, tile right to income is valueless if there is no realistic expectation that income will in fact be produced.(274)