judicative


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judicative

having the function of trying causes.
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Other consideration involves the emergence of demands to prevent certain functions from political intervention or conflicts of interest, some may or may not be related to functions of executive, legislative, judicative or a mixture of those functions.
Hence we create a fuzzy judicative matrix, present final points of alternatives using fuzzy numbers and obtain the optimum alternative through ranking fuzzy numbers using special algebraic agents.
Metaphysics, if it is restricted to general ontology, is then, in its turn, a particular discourse about being, the sense of which and the validity of which depend on a higher judicative moment (see text 1 below).
an adequation between a judicative statement and the thing itself" ("Signature" 99).
In the first place, the poet shows how the devices of rhetorical characterization being institutionalized by Cicero and his colleagues in contemporary Rome ultimately come into conflict with their own documentary and judicative aims.
For example, Kathleen Wallace (1993) calls for a "notion of judgment that is not exclusively identified with a narrow view of reason, that can account for how emotions and feelings function as judgments and can establish genuine parity for emotion in judicative processes" (pp.
So, 12 experts of auditing were selected by judicative method and had the role of confirmation of virtual audit questionnaire as the Delphi panel in the first phase of this research.
In keeping with the interpretation of thought as an inner, mental language, we can perhaps think of judicative acts as mental assertions, that is, mental sentences that carry a kind of assertoric force.