give or assign a value to, especially a higher value: "The prophets valorized history"
Our novelty is perhaps in tracing these problems back to a preference for immediacy – namely, the kernel of contemporary ‘folk politics’. (In fact, a better name for ‘folk politics’ might be ‘the politics of immediacy’.) It is this valorisation of immediacy – and the way in which it has become a common sense – that we see played out in various ways across the left, both in the explicit statement of political theorists and in the implicit assumptions of various practices.
Production is the magical moment in which what Marx terms 'the valorisation' of capital occurs.
The incentives for money capital to skip investing in valorisation, particularly when the profit rate is low or labour relations troublesome, are multiple
guys wearing T-shirts of the tech companies they worked for, or that guy wearing ... cat ears? Cultures of permission valorized bad taste as liberation. Ecosystems needed predators. Yet San Francisco was nothing if not vegetarian.
kinda funny and not all that wrong
the materialist imperative of valorizing the ‘productive forces’ in the face of bourgeois hegemony and its intellectual forms
Ethics, III, 9 states that, fundamentally, it is in desire’s own investments that the valorisation of things originates
with the hope of crossing the critical threshold of the process of accumulation by self-sustaining valorisation