Value Judgment
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Value Judgment is a subjective assessment that a behavior, object, person, principle, etc., is good or bad or something is ought to or not ought to happen. It refer to a judgment based upon a particular set of values or on a particular value system. It also involve aesthetical, ethical, ideological, moral, theological and other interpretations and cannot be reduced to arguable statements of fact. It is an admonition to consider carefully, to avoid whim and impetuousness, and search for consonance with one’s deeper convictions, and to search for an objective, verifiable, public, and consensual set of evidence for the opinion.

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