ECHR judges found that the decision by Grinberg was sentenced it represents an interference of the state in the freedom of expression of there, arguing that, the veracity of information regarding the characterization of General Chamanov cannot be calculated and that national courts have imposed such evidence is proof that the authorities did distinguish between value judgments
and statements of fact: "The Court considers that the statement is a perfect example of value judgment
In his article on value judgments
, Ropke calls this a type of "axiological relativism," (19) one that stigmatizes "as 'unscientific'" the expression of "any definite views on values, ends and 'oughts.
The relationship between value judgments
and emotions highlights another important characteristic of emotional appraisal, namely its cultural dependence (Keltner & Lemer, 2010).
Veatch takes some issue with the interpretation and use of clinical guidelines that are built upon standardized value judgments
are substantive claims, and so presumably aren't analytic; but there doesn't seem to be any way to test them empirically, so they must not be synthetic either.
He critically affirms the accuracy of Lonergan's account and uses it to analyze his own performance as a physician in making fact and value judgments
This is the murky reality of policy, however, where decisions require value judgments
and different conclusions are inevitable.
So what are all these value judgments
that are attached to our supposed warts?
However, I am concerned the next generation is not being exposed to a wide variety of musical styles; consequently, they will have no foundational basis for making any value judgments
about music or any of the arts.
We find that bank analysts' risk and value judgments
distinguish banks' exposure to interest-rate risk only under full-fair-value-income measurement.
We base our opinions and value judgments
, therefore, not on reason, but on sensory impressions and the emotions they trigger.
and did not provide any significant additional protection, 4) based upon economic value judgments
that are properly left to the owner of the records and the records manager, and 5) adopted by a prior committee that reflected the interests of only a small subset of users.