personal judgment

Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
References in periodicals archive ?
Mr Brown's personal judgment was called into question when one of his closest aides, Damian McBride, was forced to quit after planning false smears against senior Tories.
Determinations are arrived at objectively, involve little or no personal judgment, and are issued by the planning department.
So we hope his years of European exile have taught him a thing or two about personal judgment.
When simpletons like me think that medical ethics stem from upholding the human life as the most precious of gifts, some doctors seemingly believe it unethical to squeal about the wrong doing of another that could impair or even take the lives of innocent people, regardless of their personal judgment about whether the wrong done was mere human error, an act of negligence, or premeditated misconduct.
But both present problems for the candidates -- Wright for his incendiary sermons and controversial remarks that have raised questions about Obama's beliefs and his personal judgment, and Bush for his low approval ratings that hurt the GOP in the 2006 elections and may well do so again in 2008.
According to my personal judgment, they are the Saddamis and Baathists who tried, since the toppling of the former regime, to drag the country to a Sunni a" Shiite affliction; they destructed shrines, killed scholars, and detonated Husseiniyats (Shiite mosques)," Abu-Golal said, commenting on the sides that engender afflictions in Iraq.
Where you draw the line is a matter of personal judgment even within the framework defined by the law.
He also gives techniques for withholding personal judgment and developing empathy, particularly when clients are in the process of divulging inner thoughts and experiences.
Moreover, the issue of expanding process, policies and procedures at every level of government is removing personal judgment, which is essential in a republic, unwittingly curtailing individual liberties (like holding a flower), and destroying the credibility of government at all levels to make good, wise and popular decisions.
In granting a personal power, the settlor understands that the trustee's personal judgment is clearly subjective (i.
If you don't, Jesus warns us that we will have to appear before the Judge (God) on our personal Judgment Day and the Judge (God) will hand us over to the Bailiff (known as The Avenging Angel), and the Bailiff, will throw us into prison.
The Boro chairman is standing up to be counted by backing his personal judgment in throwing his untried and untested skipper into the managerial cauldron.

Full browser ?