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Z judge a -ment, z latinského judex - zákon.


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  1. úsudek
    • Theories of judgment, whether cognitive (i.e., object-representing, thought-expressing, truth-apt) judgment or practical (i.e., act-representing, choice-expressing, evaluation-apt) judgment, bring together fundamental issues in semantics, logic, cognitive psychology, and epistemology (collectively providing for what can be called the four “faces” of cognitive judgment [see also Martin 2006]), as well as action theory, moral psychology, and ethics (collectively providing for the three “faces” of practical judgment): [...][1]
    • One makes a judgment of personal identity whenever one says that a person existing at one time is the same as a person existing at another time: e.g., that the president of the United States in 1802—namely, Thomas Jefferson—was the person who in 1776 was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence.[2]
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  • Zápis judgment dominuje zápisu judgement v těchto korpusech z Google Ngram Viewer: American English 2019, British English 2019, a English Fiction 2019; v korpus British English 2019 je dominance méně výrazná, ale i tam zápis judgment vede.


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