valuation

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valuation

[‚val·yə′wā·shən]
(mathematics)
A scalar function of a field which has properties similar to those of absolute value.
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Such embeddedhess is thus hardly ever normatively and valuationally empty (Alexander, 1990).
"God exists" is nonreferential and yet objectively true, since a distinct deity has no place within the physicalist inventory of existing entities and yet "God exists" functions valuationally (not ontologically) to articulate a specific mode of seeing the world.
Both are interpreted existentially and valuationally in terms of authentic life as the `openness to the future that becomes possible when we receive the gift that life is as a gift' (p.