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The Concepts of Value


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1. The Purpose of This Study.- 2. Overview of the Inquiry.- 3. Modes of Attending.- 4. The Instruments of Appraisal.- 5. Human Appraisives and General Appraisives.- 6. Definition and the Vocabulary of Appraisal.- 7. The Source and Habitat of Appraisive Terms.- 8. The Appraisives of Natural Languages.- 9. The Objectivity of Appraisals.- 10. The Reality of Value.- 11. Definition and the Understanding of Appraisives.- 12. Appraisive Creativity.- One: Procedures of Appraisal and Judgment.- 1.0 Satisfaction.- 2.0 Response.- 2.1 Appetitions.- (A) The Role of Appetition.- (B) The Ingredience of Appetitions.- (C) Subliminal and Manifest Appetitions.- (D) The Value of Appetition.- (E) The Object of Appetition.- 2.2 Direct Responses.- 2.21 Sympathic Responses.- 2.22 Dyspathic Responses.- (A) Appetitions and Responses.- (B) The Vocabulary of Emotion.- 2.3 Situational Affects.- 2.31 Affects of Causal Involvement.- 2.32 Cognitive Affects.- 2.4 Responsional Characterizations.- 3.0 Appraisal.- 3.1 General.- 3.11 Procedures of Appraisal.- 3.12 Appraisive Interest.- (A) The Gamut of Appraisal.- (B) Appraisal and Evaluation.- 3.13 Appraisive Outcomes.- 3.2 Appraisive Sequels.- 3.21 Action.- 3.22 Allocution.- 3.221 Prolocution.- 3.222 Oblocution.- 3.3 Higher Order Appraisives.- 4.0 Enactment.- 4.1 Commitment.- (A) Meaning of Terms.- (B) Commitment and the Explanation of Conduct.- (C) Generic Commitment.- (D) Self-Characterization.- (E) How We Discover Commitments.- 4.11 Active Commitment.- 4.12 Implicit Commitment.- 4.2 Ordainment.- 4.3 Honorifics.- 4.4 Appraisive Outlook.- 5.0 Moral Judgment.- 5.1 Moral Affects.- 5.2 Moral Involvements.- 5.21 Judgmental Processes.- Remonstrance.- Accusation.- Correction.- Intercession.- Inculpation.- Exculpation.- 5.22 Moral Outcomes and Sequels.- Outcomes.- Desert.- Decision.- Reprobation.- Remission.- Sequels: Performance of Duty.- Return.- Retribution.- Rectification.- (A) Moral Involvement and its Context.- (B) Moral Affects and Involvements.- 5.3 Justification.- 5.31 Justificatory Process.- 5.32 Appraisives of Justificatory Process.- Conclusion of Part One.- Two: The Characterization of Man.- (A) Explanation of Term.- (B) Characterisms.- 6.0 Intellectual Characterization.- 6.1 Intelligence.- 6.11 General.- 6.12 Acuity.- 6.13 Tenor.- 6.2 Judgment.- 6.21 Craft.- 6.22 Discrimination.- 6.23 Arbitrament.- 6.24 Counsel.- 6.3 Communication.- 6.31 Content of Expression.- 6.311 Signification.- 6.312 Veridiction.- 6.32 Manner of Expression.- 6.33 Informance.- 7.0 Behavioral Characterization.- 7.1 Figure.- 7.11 Physical Character.- 7.12 Dress.- 7.2 Motion.- 7.21 Movement.- 7.22 Locomotion.- 7.23 Agitation.- 7.3 Body Response.- 7.31 Viewing.- 7.32 Voicing.- 7.33 Facial Comportment.- 7.34 Communicant Gesture.- 7.35 Ingesting.- 7.36 Res Gestae.- 8.0 Diathetic Characterization.- 8.1 Emotive Tone and Temperament.- 8.11 Mood and Temper.- 8.111 Mood.- 8.112 Temper.- 8.12 La Condition Humaine.- 8.121 Happiness.- 8.122 Despair.- 8.123 Affliction.- 8.13 Temperament.- 8.2 Air, Bearing, Mien, Manner.- 8.21 Vivacity-Placidity.- 8.22 Confidence-Diffidence.- 8.23 Sincerity-Pretension.- 8.24 Presence.- 8.25 Gravity-Levity.- 8.3 Responsional Characterizations.- 9.0 Tendentive Characterization.- 9.1 Volitivity.- 9.2 Address and Engagement.- 9.21 Address.- 9.22 Engagement.- 9.3 Enterprise: Capability and Management.- 9.4 Situational Aids and Impediments.- 9.5 Tendentive Expression.- 9.6 Tendentive Outcome.- 10.0 Sex-Related Characterization.- 10.1 Sex-Related Differentiation.- 10.2 Amative Concern.- 10.3 Sexuality.- 10.4 Familial Concern.- 11.0 Sociative Characterization.- 11.01 Sociation.- 11.1 Conflict.- 11.11 Contention.- 11.111 Invasive Contention.- 11.112 Deceptive Contention.- 11.12 Contentional Expression.- 11.121 Denunciatory.- 11.122 Derisive.- 11.13 Issue of Conflict.- 11.2 Ascendancy.- 11.3 Accommodation.- 11.4 Covenance.- 12.0 Economic Characterization.- 12.1 Economic Value.- 12.2 Economic Conduct.- 12.21 Exchange.- 12.22 Acquisition.- 12.23 Possession.- 12.24 Provision.- 13.0 Communitive Characterization.- 13.1 Social Comportment.- 13.2 Social Status and Image.- 13.3 Social Repute and Reproach.- 13.4 Interclass and Factional Appraisives.- 13.5 Cultural Level or Order.- 13.6 The Community.- 13.7 Social Conformity, Conformity to Law.- 13.71 Appraisives of Ordinative Conformity.- 13.72 Appraisives of Commissive Conformity.- 14.0 Virtue and Vice.- 14.01 Moral Characterization.- (A) The Scheme of Characterization.- (B) The Relevance of Virtue and Vice.- (C) Meaning of Terms.- (D) Virtue and Vice: Functional and Appraisive.- 14.1 Intellectual Virtues and Vices.- 14.11 Virtues and Vices of Intelligence.- 14.12 Judgmental Virtues and Vices.- 14.13 Communicational Virtues and Vices.- 14.2 Constitutional Virtues and Vices.- 14.21 Behavioral Virtues and Vices.- 14.22 Diathetic Virtues and Vices.- 14.23 Tendentive Virtues and Vices.- 14.3 Social Virtues and Vices.- 14.31 Sex-Related Virtues and Vices.- 14.32 Economic Virtues and Vices.- 14.33 Communitive Virtues and Vices.- Roman Virtues - Christian Virtues.- 14.4 General and Ultimate Virtues and Vices.- (A) Generality and Ultimacy.- (B) The Virtues and Functions.- Three: General and Ultimate Appraisal.- 15.0 Commendation.- 15.1 Elicitives.- 15.2 Deservatives.- 15.3 Favoritives and Adversatives.- 15.4 Conformatives.- 15.41 Normatives.- 15.42 Maturatives.- 15.5 Estimatives.- 15.6 Ultimate Commendatives.- (A) The Recursion of Commendation.- (B) "Emotive Meaning".- (C) Commendation.- (D) Recursion to Determinate Conditions.- (E) Recursion to Acts and Processes of Response.- (F) Recursion to Appraisal and Characterization.- (G) Recursion to Moral Judgment and Enactment.- 16.0 Absolute Valents.- Conclusion of Part Three.- Appendices.- Appendix A. Objects of the Intellect.- A1.0 Significance.- A2.0 Ponence.- A3.0 Inference.- Appendix B. Transcendentives.- B1.0 Religious Appraisives.- B2.0 Transcendental Intensives.- Appendix C. Aesthetic Appraisives.- C1.0 Aesthetic Powers.- C2.0 Aesthetic Characterization.- C3.0 General Aesthetic Appraisives.- Appendix D. Humoristic Appraisives.- Appendix E. Physical Appraisives.- E1.0 Material Appraisives.- E2.0 Environmental Adaptives.- E3.0 Gustatives.- Appendix F. General Metaphysical Appraisives.- F1.0 Metaphysical Appraisives.- F2.0 Magnitudinal Appraisives.- Appendix G. Operatives.- Appendix H. Higher Order Appraisives.- Appendix J. Negations.- Index to Concepts.- Index to Persons and Subject Matter.

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