See GEOFFREY CUPIT, JUSTICE AS FITTINGNESS
1-2, 15-28 (1996) (describing "respect" and "justice" as part of the same family of concepts, with respect being the broader idea).
As a poet he understood that form must match content and he discerned the peculiar poetic fittingness
of the homecoming metaphor to Newman's understanding of the act of faith.
Qualitative research: The evaluation of its credibility, fittingness
, and anditability.
They are "true" to the extent that they are "appropriate", that is, to the extent that they join fittingness
to novelty, obviousness to surprise" (Ricoeur, 1975, p.
Scientific rigor was achieved through credibility, audibility, and fittingness
(LoBiondo-Wood & Haber, 2005).
Even if we recognize that there is a certain fittingness
in the inner pain a criminal feels in his separation from the good he rejects and violates, one can still claim that punishment is a matter left to the final judgment of God.
In addition, celebrity endorsement should be examined from the potential tourists' point of view to assist in understanding the suitability of the method as well as factors that affect the fittingness
of celebrity spokespersons.
These passages can be read as endorsements of the thesis that there is a fittingness
relationship between certain actions that have been visited upon a person and certain emotional responses to such actions.
Credibility, or fittingness
, was determined through review by the research team and expert reviewers and with knowledge of the professional literature (25).
The ideological questions tap (1) the perceived importance of various goals of the social work profession and (2) the perceived fittingness
of various social work activities.
implied by the shared lexical identity of the lover, the loving, and the loved is a momentary semantic confusion that is simultaneously a pragmatic clarification.
Aquinas more often used fittingness
or appropriateness as a type of argument.