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Evaluating Institutions and Movements

This page will show how institutions, movements, projects, etc. may be evaluated by using aspectual analysis. To understand the analyses below, see:

World Justice Project

The World Justice Project "is an independent, multidisciplonary organisation working to advance the rule of law worldwide. The main kind of meaningfulness that motivates it is of the juridical aspect, as in its title (justice), and in "government" (an institution qualified by the juridical aspect) and "rule of law" (the norm the Project wishes to uphold and promote. The individual norms that is seeks to promote include:

Each is designed to measured - which is transducing the value or amount of good and evil in each of these aspects.

This page, "", is part of a collection that discusses application of Herman Dooyeweerd's ideas, within The Dooyeweerd Pages, which explain, explore and discuss Dooyeweerd's interesting philosophy. Email questions or comments are welcome.

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Created: 23 December 2021 Last updated: