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    Value-Judgements and Values.Abdullah Kaygi - 2006 - The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 9:97-102.
    In the human world if there is knowledge about something, if this knowledge is true, then there must be a connection between the epistemological object and the judgment that gives us knowledge about this object. It seems that there is a universal consensus about that.But when the issue is knowledge about value and values, judgments about the value of something and about values are not considered to be genuine. This is a typical prejudice of our age about value and values. (...)
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