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The term quality refers to how good something or somebody is. In the case of a person this is considered in a particular context, such as worker, student, sportsperson, etc. The term is often used in opposition to quantity. In science, the work of Aristotle focused on measuring quality; whereas, the work of Galilei resulted in a shift towards the study of quantity. Like culture, quality is a word that carries its own value judgment, it can mean any characteristic, but without qualifier, it means something good.

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