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value theory

[′val·yü ‚thē·ə·rē]
(systems engineering)
A concept normally associated with decision theory; it strives to evaluate relative utilities of simple and mixed parameters which can be used to describe outcomes.
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Scholarly discussions of trivarga and purusartha frequently conflate, or do not adequately distinguish, three levels of analysis: (1) Historical, which is the level of analysis in this paper; (2) Philosophical/theological, based on other areas of Indian philosophical and religious traditions, thus attempting to "understand more fully" these concepts by locating them within a larger context; and (3) The construction of a new axiology or philosophy of value and a new soteriology or a doctrine of ultimate salvation/liberation.
Special Issue _Cultura Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology 12.1 (2015).
(2) In this situation, the reaction of any honest inquirer has to be one of uncertainty about population axiology. How, then, are we to decide what to do in the many domains in which our actions may change the population?
It simply cannot be presumed that everything produced during the times of communism was corrupted by 'socialist axiology' and served as a tool for political propaganda.
About axiology and business: history of slavery is like a circle, do Professor Dawid "Renas" Bunikowski, Postdoctoral Researcher na University of Eastern Finland e tambem Distinguished Academic Associate no Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff Law School, na Cardiff University, Reino Unido, onde se procura familiarizar o leitor com problemas de etica e etica nos negocios, em um contexto de crise financeira.
In section 1, I review the most promising contemporary interpretations of Pali Buddhist axiology and argue that they fall short in important but understandable ways.
This interesting book in the field of axiology presents a well-informed overview of the many ways one can look at the issue of values from both historical and contemporary perspectives.
Axiology: changes are valuable in case they are beneficial and useful.
Axiological View Axiology to Iqbal is rooted in the metaphysical outlook.With this perspective, the ultimate or root value (qadr-e- aala) is unconditional surrender before the will of Allah (swt).
Thus, no longer having a "referential axiology" and a well-established self-regulating system, people adopt socially undesirable behavior patterns and exhibit reactions which show acute social maladjustment.