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“This was the reason why Aristotelians wanted the study of logic to start with what Cicero and the humanists often called iudicium or judgment, to be learned from the Categories, On Interpretation and the two Analytics, before the student went on to the Topics.”
“Bratza takes issue with the apparently resentful epigram coined by the late supreme court justice Lord Rodgers: "Argentoratum locutum: iudicium finitum – Strasbourg has spoken, the case is closed".”
“And they were no joke: indeed, they were known by the somewhat more ominous name of “the Judgment of God” iudicium Dei.”
“Absolve, Domine, animas omnium fidelium defunctorum ab omni vinculo delictorum et gratia tua illis succurente mereantur evadere iudicium ultionis, et lucis æterne beatitudine perfrui.”
“Zur EinfÃ¼hrung in das Denken von Ueda Shizuteru, Munich: iudicium.”
“In fact, Agricola hardly touched on iudicium in the more than”
“The second part of iudicium, the dianoeticum, was divided into syllogistic and method.”
“Although it never received as much attention as inventio, iudicium became very controversial in Ramus 'account, and he therefore made large changes to his presentation of it.”
“In the 1572 edition there are 32 chapters devoted to inventio and only 20 to iudicium.”
“In his first treatise on logic, Dialecticae institutiones (1543) Ramus had divided iudicium into three parts: syllogistic, method and a kind of doctrine of ideas.”
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