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- adj. Of or relating to value theory, the philosophical field of axiology.
- adj. Of or relating to values themselves.
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- adj. of or pertaining to axiology.
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- adj. of or relating to the study of values
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I zoom in on humans and how they interact in different contexts and power/epistemic/axiological structures.
Now, then, “DISORDERS OF MIND” can interfere with moral actions as revealed by axiological science science of values and morals as opposed to neuroscience grounded in natural science.
The “disorders of mind” are revealed in the axiological structure and function of mind rather than the molecular structure and function of brain alone.
Jim Jones, whose image of himself as a leader/savior seemed rooted, as appears the case with Limbaugh, in an axiological sense of paranoia and insecurity.
There are of course, axiological differences between corporate and academic experiments.
Then, the axiological differences become moot, as does the value of the research itself. —
From a philosophical perspective, the world can be decomposed into ontological, epistemological, and axiological components.
I think property rights are an axiological concept.
To insist upon determining questions as a “Latina woman” is inevitably to adopt an axiological language “better conclusion,” “preferably Hispanic”, because it moves personal and social associations and interests ahead of any rational methodology.
The alternative to an axiological formulation is a deontological formulation.
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