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I have followed such a strategy in relation to jealousy, pride, and certain other disvalued emotions--arguing in the case of jealousy that the possibility of jealousy is not eliminable without the sacrifice of much else, including perhaps erotic attachment.
Because childcare (let alone familial care of badly damaged children) is socially disvalued and heavily gendered, it is unseemly, to say no more, for those who are neither expected nor likely to do it to attribute malign intentions to those who must.
Boredom: a social disvalued emotion, Sociological Spectrum, 19, 13-37.
At a time when parenthood itself is being repressed by coercive policies in some countries and disvalued in others, is a more mutualist vision really a priority, and should such a decision not be left to families themselves?
This type of case is easily generated since we simply imagine cases where a person or the state has a right to implement a just punishment or other greatly disvalued state and the person facing this outcome (roughly) gives free and informed consent to substitute extremely harsh treatment for incarceration.
Adolescents' use of socially disvalued media: Towards a theory of media delinquency.
Might the experience of disgust nevertheless be valuable to legal decisionmakers by providing a visceral signal that something is to be disvalued and hence avoided?
Thus losses are disvalued more than gains are valued.
However, because project goals have invariably remained the measure of success, those people's abilities have been neglected and therefore disvalued.
My reason for believing positive retributivism to be rationally insupportable is not the rigorous consequentialist's position that denies that moral judgments may sometimes be warranted apart from whether they produce valued or disvalued states of affairs.
It builds up an anticipation of what the likely outcome of one action or another would be, and then chooses on the basis of how much that outcome is valued or disvalued.