In many disciplines, including economics and philosophy, a normative statement expresses a value judgment about the desirability of a situation. Whereas a descriptive statement (also known as a positive statement) is meant to lớn describe the world as it is, a normative statement is meant to lớn talk about the world as it should be.
For instance, "the world would be a better place if the moon were made of green cheese" is a normative statement because it expresses a judgment about what ought to lớn be. Normative statements are characterised by the modal verbs "should", "would", "could" or "must".
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In economics, normative statements khuông the basis of normative economics.
- Norm (philosophy)
- Normative science
- Normative ethics
- Is–ought problem
- Positive statement
- Opinions in epistemology
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