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value judgment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvalue judgmentˈvalue ˌjudgment noun [countable]  JUDGEa decision or judgment about how good something is, based on your personal opinions not facts
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value judgmentThe court must bear contemporary social standards in mind in making what will in some cases necessarily be a value judgment.What the legitimate ambit of a certain power actually is will necessarily be a value judgment.A prescription is a value judgment that indicates what should occur and should be done.To make a value judgment by calling something good or bad is to classify it in terms of its reinforcing effects.Site-specific works invariably manifest a value judgment about the larger context of which they are a part.That is not a value judgment, but a statistical one.But this assumption rests on a contestable value judgment about the proper role of the judiciary in controlling the government.
From Longman Business Dictionaryvalue judgmentˈvalue ˌjudgment [countable] a decision or judgment about how good something is, based on opinions rather than factsSomeone has got to make a value judgment about whether the benefits of the deal are worth the cost. judgment
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