Definitions

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  • adj. Not evaluative.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ evaluative

Examples

  • What, exactly, is the connection supposed to be between being out of touch with (evaluative and/or nonevaluative) reality and failing to govern oneself?

    Personal Autonomy

  • Roughly, what this means is that, if something has value, it will have this value in virtue of certain nonevaluative features that it has; its value can be attributed to these features.

    Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Value

  • Even nonderivative value (value that something has in its own right; value that is, in some way, not attributable to the value of anything else) is usually understood to be supervenient on certain nonevaluative features of the thing that has value (and thus to be attributable, in a different way, to these features).

    Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Value

  • In the nonevaluative environment of a therapy session, however, underachievers of every age will spontaneously reminisce about a former rime when they achieved at a high level.

    The Unmotivated Child

  • “supervenient” on certain nonevaluative features of the thing that has value.

    Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Value

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