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18. Thought / A. Modes of Thought / 6. Judgement / a. Nature of Judgement

[how we evaluate truth and falsehood]

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Stoics said that correct judgement needs an invincible criterion of truth [Stoic school, by Fogelin]
If we utter three steps of a logical argument, they never exist together [Sext.Empiricus]
First grasp what it is, then its essential features; judgement is their compounding and division [Aquinas]
Judgement is distinguishing concepts, and seeing their relations [Fichte, by Siep]
We don't judge by combining subject and concept; we get a concept by splitting up a judgement [Frege]
The multiple relations theory says assertions about propositions are about their ingredients [Russell/Whitehead, by Linsky,B]
Only the act of judging completes the meaning of a statement [Russell/Whitehead]
Knowledge of truths applies to judgements; knowledge by acquaintance applies to sensations and things [Russell]
Russell's 'multiple relations' theory says beliefs attach to ingredients, not to propositions [Russell, by Linsky,B]
Truth is when a mental state corresponds to a complex unity of external constituents [Russell]
We should judge principles by the science, not science by some fixed principles [Zermelo]
If you like judgments and reject propositions, what are the relata of incoherence in a judgment? [Ryle]
If all beliefs are propositional, then belief and judgement are the same thing [Monk]
Concepts are distinguished by roles in judgement, and are thus tied to rationality [Peacocke]
Judgement is always predicating a property of a subject [Beall/Restall]