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Synonyms for judiciary

the system of law courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial branch of government

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To do this, we first calculate the sum of fuzzy numbers in each row of judicative matrix illustrated in table 6.
Stage2--creating judicative matrix between technical features according to "technical information" index like table 13
Stage3--calculation of sum of rows in judicative matrix like table 14
Stage5--calculation of S's weights related to each row of judicative matrix like table 16.
Stage4--calculation of total sum of judicative matrix like table 15
The fourth and final stage of belief or judgment formation is the judicative act itself, that is, the act by which one assents (or dissents) to the mental sentence thus apprehended.
In particular, it entails that the object of these second-order judicative states is not merely a first-order mental sentence, but rather a fact or state of affairs that contains the mental sentence merely as one of its constituents.
Second, Wodeham's criticisms of antirealism reveal that he takes the extramental entities that serve as judicative objects to stand in a broadly referential relation to the judgments corresponding to them.
Indeed, as is by now clear, it is Wodeham's conception of judicative objects as referents and truthmakers that makes antirealism seem so utterly implausible to him.
63) Hence, given TM, the Aristotelian realist has both a prima facie plausible, as well as a perfectly general, defense of the view that individual things (that is, individual substances and accidents) function by themselves as the truthmakers for, and hence total objects of, judicative attitudes.