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Definition of "evaluative" [evaluative]

  • Relating to the assignment of value to a person, thing, or event. (adjective)
  • Judgmental; tending to reduce a thing to a simple evaluation. (adjective)

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Use "evaluative" in a sentence
  • "The self has difficulty in accurately judging itself in areas that are desirable or undesirable, what she calls evaluative traits."
  • "This issue does pose an in-principle general problem for the aspiration of consequentialism to explain deontic categories in terms of the evaluative, which is why it has been a focus of intense scrutiny."
  • "First, we have an indispensable ability both to have certain moral intuitions and to articulate the grounds of those intuitions, and this ability presupposes the existence of what Taylor calls evaluative frameworks, frameworks also presupposed by our concept of personhood."
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