IUDICIUM (JUDGMENT)

суждение; справедливое утверждение в моральном и логическом плане; по Фоме, «термин „суждение", в соответствии с первым значением, значит правильное решение беспристрастного человека, в более широком смысле - правильное определение чего бы то ни было, независимо от того, является ли оно спекулятивным или практическим» (Thomas Aquinas. Sum. Theol. IIа-IIае, q. 60, a. 1 ad 1).


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • iudicium — index court, criticism, determination, discretion (quality of being discreet), discrimination (good judgment), estimate (idea) …   Law dictionary

  • verdict — ver·dict / vər dikt/ n [alteration (partly conformed to Medieval Latin veredictum ) of Anglo French veirdit statement, finding, verdict, from Old French veir true (from Latin verus ) + dit saying, from Latin dictum] 1: the usu. unanimous finding… …   Law dictionary

  • opinion — opin·ion /ə pin yən/ n 1 a: a belief stronger than impression and less strong than positive knowledge b: a formal expression of a judgment or appraisal by an expert see also opinion testimony at testimony compare …   Law dictionary

  • holding — hold·ing 1 n 1: a ruling of a court upon an issue of law raised in a case: the pronouncement of law supported by the reasoning in a court s opinion compare decision, dictum, disposition …   Law dictionary

  • determination — de·ter·mi·na·tion n: a decision of a court or administrative agency regarding an issue, case, or claim Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. determination …   Law dictionary

  • court — / kōrt/ n [Old French, enclosed space, royal entourage, court of justice, from Latin cohort cohors farmyard, armed force, retinue] 1 a: an official assembly for the administration of justice: a unit of the judicial branch of government the… …   Law dictionary

  • judicious — (adj.) 1590s, having sound judgment, from M.Fr. judicieux (16c.), from L. iudicium judgment, from iudicem (see JUDGE (Cf. judge) (v.)). Meaning careful, prudent is from c.1600. Related: Judiciously; judiciousness …   Etymology dictionary

  • judicial — (adj.) late 14c., from L. iudicalis of or belonging to a court of justice, from iudicium judgment, decision, from iudicem (see JUDGE (Cf. judge) (v.)). Related: Judicially …   Etymology dictionary

  • judiciary — (adj.) relating to courts, early 15c., from L. iudiciarius of or belonging to a court of justice, from iudicium judgment, from iudicem (see JUDGE (Cf. judge) (v.)). The noun meaning a body of judges, judges collectively is from 1802 (judicature… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Ordeals — • A means of obtaining evidence by trials, through which the guilt or innocence of an accused person was supposedly established Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ordeals     Ordeals …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Christian mortalism — incorporates the belief that the human soul is not naturally immortal,[1][2][3][4][5] and the belief that the soul is uncomprehending during the time between bodily death and Judgment Day resurrection …   Wikipedia

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