But to keep the economy running, each decision becomes a value judgment.
Value as established, Dewey continues, must be taken into consideration in making a value judgment.
It is, as usual, the psychological characteristics of the value judgment that attract Dewey's attention.
An assessment of a person, situation, or event. The term is often restricted to assessments that reveal the values of the person making the assessment rather than the objective realities of what is being assessed.
Note: We often make value judgments without realizing that we are doing so. For example, a teacher who describes a student as “the best I've ever taught — very polite and obedient” is making a value judgment about the qualities (politeness and obedience) that make a student good.