The process of discovering or asserting an objective or intrinsic relation between two objects or concepts; a faculty or power that enables a person to make judgments; the process of bringing to light and asserting the implicit meaning of a concept; a critical evaluation of a person or situation.
Standards of conduct that distinguish right from wrong.
Investigative technique commonly used during ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY in which a series of bright light flashes or visual patterns are used to elicit brain activity.
The application of current standards of morality to past actions, institutions, or persons.
The process of making a selective intellectual judgment when presented with several complex alternatives consisting of several variables, and usually defining a course of action or an idea.
The act of knowing or the recognition of a distance by recollective thought, or by means of a sensory process which is under the influence of set and of prior experience.
Characteristics or attributes of persons or things which elicit pleasurable feelings.
The knowledge or perception that someone or something present has been previously encountered.
The ability to estimate periods of time lapsed or duration of time.
Mental process to visually perceive a critical number of facts (the pattern), such as characters, shapes, displays, or designs.
Signals for an action; that specific portion of a perceptual field or pattern of stimuli to which a subject has learned to respond.
The selecting and organizing of visual stimuli based on the individual's past experience.
Differential response to different stimuli.
The science dealing with the correlation of the physical characteristics of a stimulus, e.g., frequency or intensity, with the response to the stimulus, in order to assess the psychologic factors involved in the relationship.
The time from the onset of a stimulus until a response is observed.
Knowing or understanding without conscious use of reasoning. (Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors, 1994)
Perception of three-dimensionality.
A philosophically coherent set of propositions (for example, utilitarianism) which attempts to provide general norms for the guidance and evaluation of moral conduct. (from Beauchamp and Childress, Principles of Biomedical Ethics, 4th ed)
The anterior portion of the head that includes the skin, muscles, and structures of the forehead, eyes, nose, mouth, cheeks, and jaw.
The perceiving of attributes, characteristics, and behaviors of one's associates or social groups.
Imaging techniques used to colocalize sites of brain functions or physiological activity with brain structures.
The process whereby a representation of past experience is elicited.
The awareness of the spatial properties of objects; includes physical space.
Non-invasive method of demonstrating internal anatomy based on the principle that atomic nuclei in a strong magnetic field absorb pulses of radiofrequency energy and emit them as radiowaves which can be reconstructed into computerized images. The concept includes proton spin tomographic techniques.
The sensory interpretation of the dimensions of objects.
The relationships between symbols and their meanings.
Learning in which the subject must respond with one word or syllable when presented with another word or syllable.
The real or apparent movement of objects through the visual field.
Awareness of oneself in relation to time, place and person.
Those affective states which can be experienced and have arousing and motivational properties.
The misinterpretation of a real external, sensory experience.
Observable changes of expression in the face in response to emotional stimuli.
The sensory discrimination of a pattern shape or outline.
The minimum amount of stimulus energy necessary to elicit a sensory response.
Focusing on certain aspects of current experience to the exclusion of others. It is the act of heeding or taking notice or concentrating.
A statistical technique that isolates and assesses the contributions of categorical independent variables to variation in the mean of a continuous dependent variable.
The ability to understand the nature and effect of the act in which the individual is engaged. (From Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed).
Tests designed to assess neurological function associated with certain behaviors. They are used in diagnosing brain dysfunction or damage and central nervous system disorders or injury.
Intellectual or mental process whereby an organism obtains knowledge.
An illusion of vision usually affecting spatial relations.
The process by which the nature and meaning of sensory stimuli are recognized and interpreted.
The application of a concept to that which it is not literally the same but which suggests a resemblance and comparison. Medical metaphors were widespread in ancient literature; the description of a sick body was often used by ancient writers to define a critical condition of the State, in which one corrupt part can ruin the entire system. (From Med Secoli Arte Sci, 1990;2(3):abstract 331)
The coordination of a sensory or ideational (cognitive) process and a motor activity.
The statistical reproducibility of measurements (often in a clinical context), including the testing of instrumentation or techniques to obtain reproducible results. The concept includes reproducibility of physiological measurements, which may be used to develop rules to assess probability or prognosis, or response to a stimulus; reproducibility of occurrence of a condition; and reproducibility of experimental results.
The detailed examination of observable activity or behavior associated with the execution or completion of a required function or unit of work.
The branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of the beautiful. It includes beauty, esthetic experience, esthetic judgment, esthetic aspects of medicine, etc.
A discipline concerned with relations between messages and the characteristics of individuals who select and interpret them; it deals directly with the processes of encoding (phonetics) and decoding (psychoacoustics) as they relate states of messages to states of communicators.
The process whereby auditory stimuli are selected, organized, and interpreted by the organism.
The act of making a selection among two or more alternatives, usually after a period of deliberation.
Recognition and discrimination of the heaviness of a lifted object.
The science or philosophy of law. Also, the application of the principles of law and justice to health and medicine.
Theoretical representations that simulate psychological processes and/or social processes. These include the use of mathematical equations, computers, and other electronic equipment.
The body of truths or facts accumulated in the course of time, the cumulated sum of information, its volume and nature, in any civilization, period, or country.
Complex mental function having four distinct phases: (1) memorizing or learning, (2) retention, (3) recall, and (4) recognition. Clinically, it is usually subdivided into immediate, recent, and remote memory.
The ability to attribute mental states (e.g., beliefs, desires, feelings, intentions, thoughts, etc.) to self and to others, allowing an individual to understand and infer behavior on the basis of the mental states. Difference or deficit in theory of mind is associated with ASPERGER SYNDROME; AUTISTIC DISORDER; and SCHIZOPHRENIA, etc.
The branch of philosophy that treats of first principles, including ontology (the nature of existence or being) and cosmology (the origin and structure of the universe). (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
The process by which individuals internalize standards of right and wrong conduct.
The sum or the stock of words used by a language, a group, or an individual. (From Webster, 3d ed)
Presentation of pertinent data by one with special skill or knowledge representing mastery of a particular subject.
The act of deceiving or the fact of being deceived.
The principles of professional conduct concerning the rights and duties of the physician, relations with patients and fellow practitioners, as well as actions of the physician in patient care and interpersonal relations with patient families.
Use of sound to elicit a response in the nervous system.
Psychophysical technique that permits the estimation of the bias of the observer as well as detectability of the signal (i.e., stimulus) in any sensory modality. (From APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed.)
Behavioral manifestations of cerebral dominance in which there is preferential use and superior functioning of either the left or the right side, as in the preferred use of the right hand or right foot.
Abstract standards or empirical variables in social life which are believed to be important and/or desirable.
The observable response of a man or animal to a situation.
The condition in which reasonable knowledge regarding risks, benefits, or the future is not available.
Upper central part of the cerebral hemisphere. It is located posterior to central sulcus, anterior to the OCCIPITAL LOBE, and superior to the TEMPORAL LOBES.
The ability to detect sharp boundaries (stimuli) and to detect slight changes in luminance at regions without distinct contours. Psychophysical measurements of this visual function are used to evaluate visual acuity and to detect eye disease.
A process by which an individual unconsciously endeavors to pattern himself after another. This process is also important in the development of the personality, particularly the superego or conscience, which is modeled largely on the behavior of adult significant others.
Lower lateral part of the cerebral hemisphere responsible for auditory, olfactory, and semantic processing. It is located inferior to the lateral fissure and anterior to the OCCIPITAL LOBE.
The capability to perform acceptably those duties directly related to patient care.
The illumination of an environment and the arrangement of lights to achieve an effect or optimal visibility. Its application is in domestic or in public settings and in medical and non-medical environments.
A technique of inputting two-dimensional images into a computer and then enhancing or analyzing the imagery into a form that is more useful to the human observer.
The act or fact of grasping the meaning, nature, or importance of; understanding. (American Heritage Dictionary, 4th ed) Includes understanding by a patient or research subject of information disclosed orally or in writing.
The rostral part of the frontal lobe, bounded by the inferior precentral fissure in humans, which receives projection fibers from the MEDIODORSAL NUCLEUS OF THE THALAMUS. The prefrontal cortex receives afferent fibers from numerous structures of the DIENCEPHALON; MESENCEPHALON; and LIMBIC SYSTEM as well as cortical afferents of visual, auditory, and somatic origin.
Assessment of psychological variables by the application of mathematical procedures.
Learning to respond verbally to a verbal stimulus cue.
Games designed to provide information on hypotheses, policies, procedures, or strategies.
The science of language, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and historical linguistics. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
A verbal or nonverbal means of communicating ideas or feelings.
The science pertaining to the interrelationship of psychologic phenomena and the individual's response to the physical properties of sound.
The part of CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM that is contained within the skull (CRANIUM). Arising from the NEURAL TUBE, the embryonic brain is comprised of three major parts including PROSENCEPHALON (the forebrain); MESENCEPHALON (the midbrain); and RHOMBENCEPHALON (the hindbrain). The developed brain consists of CEREBRUM; CEREBELLUM; and other structures in the BRAIN STEM.
Mental processing of chromatic signals (COLOR VISION) from the eye by the VISUAL CORTEX where they are converted into symbolic representations. Color perception involves numerous neurons, and is influenced not only by the distribution of wavelengths from the viewed object, but also by its background color and brightness contrast at its boundary.
A person authorized to decide or act for another person, for example, a person having durable power of attorney.
Sound that expresses emotion through rhythm, melody, and harmony.
A cognitive process involving the formation of ideas generalized from the knowledge of qualities, aspects, and relations of objects.
The science or study of speech sounds and their production, transmission, and reception, and their analysis, classification, and transcription. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
The failure by the observer to measure or identify a phenomenon accurately, which results in an error. Sources for this may be due to the observer's missing an abnormality, or to faulty technique resulting in incorrect test measurement, or to misinterpretation of the data. Two varieties are inter-observer variation (the amount observers vary from one another when reporting on the same material) and intra-observer variation (the amount one observer varies between observations when reporting more than once on the same material).
Subjective feeling of having committed an error, offense or sin; unpleasant feeling of self-criticism. These result from acts, impulses, or thoughts contrary to one's personal conscience.
Conceptual functions or thinking in all its forms.
The continuous visual field seen by a subject through space and time.
Sensation of making physical contact with objects, animate or inanimate. Tactile stimuli are detected by MECHANORECEPTORS in the skin and mucous membranes.
The kind of action or activity proper to the judiciary, particularly its responsibility for decision making.
A collective expression for all behavior patterns acquired and socially transmitted through symbols. Culture includes customs, traditions, and language.
Interference with the FREEDOM or PERSONAL AUTONOMY of another person, with justifications referring to the promotion of the person's good or the prevention of harm to the person. (from Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, 1995); more generally, not allowing a person to make decisions on his or her own behalf.
Stimulation at an intensity below that where a differentiated response can be elicited.
Differences of opinion or disagreements that may arise, for example, between health professionals and patients or their families, or against a political regime.

Delay or probability discounting in a model of impulsive behavior: effect of alcohol. (1/1353)

Little is known about the acute effects of drugs of abuse on impulsivity and self-control. In this study, impulsivity was assessed in humans using a computer task that measured delay and probability discounting. Discounting describes how much the value of a reward (or punisher) is decreased when its occurrence is either delayed or uncertain. Twenty-four healthy adult volunteers ingested a moderate dose of ethanol (0.5 or 0.8 g/kg ethanol: n = 12 at each dose) or placebo before completing the discounting task. In the task the participants were given a series of choices between a small, immediate, certain amount of money and $10 that was either delayed (0, 2, 30, 180, or 365 days) or probabilistic (i.e., certainty of receipt was 1.0, .9, .75, .5, or .25). The point at which each individual was indifferent between the smaller immediate or certain reward and the $10 delayed or probabilistic reward was identified using an adjusting-amount procedure. The results indicated that (a) delay and probability discounting were well described by a hyperbolic function; (b) delay and probability discounting were positively correlated within subjects; (c) delay and probability discounting were moderately correlated with personality measures of impulsivity; and (d) alcohol had no effect on discounting.  (+info)

Base rates versus sample accuracy: competition for control in human matching to sample. (2/1353)

People often place undue weight on specific sources of information (case cues) and insufficient weight on more global sources (base rates) even when the latter are highly predictive, a phenomenon termed base-rate neglect. This phenomenon was first demonstrated with paper-and-pencil tasks, and also occurs in a matching-to-sample procedure in which subjects directly experience case sample (cue) accuracy and base rates, and in which discrete, nonverbal choices are made. In two nonverbal experiments, subjects were exposed to hundreds of trials in which they chose between two response options that were both probabilistically reinforced. In Experiment 1, following one of two possible samples (the unpredictive sample), either response was reinforced with a .5 probability. The other sample (predictive) provided reinforcement for matching on 80% of the trials in one condition but in only 20% of the trials in another condition. Subjects' choices following the unpredictive sample were determined primarily by the contingencies in effect for the predictive sample: If matching was reinforced following the predictive sample, subjects tended to match the unpredictive sample as well; if countermatching the predictive sample was generally reinforced, subjects tended to countermatch the unpredictive sample. These results demonstrate only weak control by base rates. In Experiment 2, base rates and sample accuracy were simultaneously varied in opposite directions to keep one set of conditional probabilities constant. Subjects' choices were determined primarily by the overall accuracy of the sample, again demonstrating only weak control by base rates. The same pattern of choice occurred whether this pattern increased or decreased rate of reinforcement. Together, the results of the two experiments provide a clear empirical demonstration of base-rate neglect.  (+info)

Implementing evidence based medicine in general practice: audit and qualitative study of antithrombotic treatment for atrial fibrillation. (3/1353)

OBJECTIVE: To determine the extent to which implementation of an evidence based treatment, antithrombotic treatment in atrial fibrillation, is possible in general practice. DESIGN: Audit and qualitative study of patients with atrial fibrillation and an educational intervention for patients judged eligible for antithrombotic treatment. SETTING: South east England. SUBJECTS: 56 patients with a history of atrial fibrillation. INTERVENTIONS: Assessment and interview to ascertain patients' views on antithrombotic treatment. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Number of patients receiving antithrombotic treatment. RESULTS: Out of 13 239 patients, 132 had a history of atrial fibrillation of which 100 were at risk of thromboembolism. After the study, 52 patients were taking warfarin. Of the remaining 48 patients (of whom 41 were taking aspirin), eight were too ill to participate, 16 were unable to consent, four refused the interview, and 20 declined warfarin. Patients declining warfarin were inclined to seek a higher level of benefit than those taking it, as measured by the minimal clinically important difference. Qualitative data obtained during the interviews suggested that patients' health beliefs were important factors in determining their choice of treatment. CONCLUSION: Patients' unwillingness to take warfarin seemed to be a major factor in limiting the number who would eventually take it.  (+info)

Perceived distance, shape and size. (4/1353)

If distance, shape and size are judged independently from the retinal and extra-retinal information at hand, different kinds of information can be expected to dominate each judgement, so that errors in one judgement need not be consistent with errors in other judgements. In order to evaluate how independent these three judgments are, we examined how adding information that improves one judgement influences the others. Subjects adjusted the size and the global shape of a computer-simulated ellipsoid to match a tennis ball. They then indicated manually where they judged the simulated ball to be. Adding information about distance improved the three judgements in a consistent manner, demonstrating that a considerable part of the errors in all three judgements were due to misestimating the distance. Adding information about shape that is independent of distance improved subjects' judgements of shape, but did not influence the set size or the manually indicated distance. Thus, subjects ignored conflicts between the cues when judging the shape, rather than using the conflicts to improve their estimate of the ellipsoid's distance. We conclude that the judgements are quite independent, in the sense that no attempt is made to attain consistency, but that they do rely on some common measures, such as that of distance.  (+info)

An orientation anisotropy in the effects of scaling vertical disparities. (5/1353)

Garding et al. (Vis Res 1995;35:703-722) proposed a two-stage theory of stereopsis. The first uses horizontal disparities for relief computations after they have been subjected to a process called disparity correction that utilises vertical disparities. The second stage, termed disparity normalisation, is concerned with computing metric representations from the output of stage one. It uses vertical disparities to a much lesser extent, if at all, for small field stimuli. We report two psychophysical experiments that tested whether human vision implements this two-stage theory. They tested the prediction that scaling vertical disparities to simulate different viewing distances to the fixation point should affect the perceived amplitudes of vertically but not horizontally oriented ridges. The first used elliptical half-cylinders and the 'apparently circular cylinder' judgement task of Johnston (Vis Res 1991;31:1351-1360). The second experiment used parabolic ridges and the amplitude judgement task of Buckley and Frisby (Vis Res 1993;33:919-934). Both studies broadly confirmed the anisotropy prediction by finding that large scalings of vertical disparities simulating near distances had a strong effect on the perceived amplitudes of the vertically oriented stimuli but little effect on the horizontal ones. When distances > 25 cm were simulated there were no significant differential effects and various methodological reasons are offered for this departure from expectations.  (+info)

Human heading judgments and object-based motion information. (6/1353)

In four experiments, we explored observers' ability to make heading judgments from simulated linear and circular translations through sparse forests and with pursuit fixation on one tree. We assessed observers' performance and information use in both regression and factorial designs. In all experiments we found that observers used three sources of object-based information to make their judgments--the displacement direction of the nearest object seen (a heuristic), inward displacement towards the fovea (an invariant) and outward deceleration (a second invariant). We found no support for the idea that observers use motion information pooled over regions of the visual field.  (+info)

One-shot viewpoint invariance in matching novel objects. (7/1353)

Humans often evidence little difficulty at recognizing objects from arbitrary orientations in depth. According to one class of theories, this competence is based on generalization from templates specified by metric properties (MPs), that were learned for the various orientations. An alternative class of theories assumes that non-accidental properties (NAPs) might be exploited so that even novel objects can be recognized under depth rotation. After scaling MP and NAP differences so that they were equally detectable when the objects were at the same orientation in depth, the present investigation assessed the effects of rotation on same-different judgments for matching novel objects. Judgments of a sequential pair of images of novel objects, when rendered from different viewpoints, revealed relatively low costs when the objects differed in a NAP of a single part, i.e. a geon. However, rotation dramatically reduced the detectability of MP differences to a level well below that expected by chance. NAPs offer a striking advantage over MPs for object classification and are therefore more likely to play a central role in the representation of objects.  (+info)

Perceptual motion standstill in rapidly moving chromatic displays. (8/1353)

In motion standstill, a quickly moving object appears to stand still, and its details are clearly visible. It is proposed that motion standstill can occur when the spatiotemporal resolution of the shape and color systems exceeds that of the motion systems. For moving red-green gratings, the first- and second-order motion systems fail when the grating is isoluminant. The third-order motion system fails when the green/red saturation ratio produces isosalience (equal distinctiveness of red and green). When a variety of high-contrast red-green gratings, with different spatial frequencies and speeds, were made isoluminant and isosalient, the perception of motion standstill was so complete that motion direction judgments were at chance levels. Speed ratings also indicated that, within a narrow range of luminance contrasts and green/red saturation ratios, moving stimuli were perceived as absolutely motionless. The results provide further evidence that isoluminant color motion is perceived only by the third-order motion system, and they have profound implications for the nature of shape and color perception.  (+info)

The whole point of purchasing judgments on Judgment Marketplace is to earn a profit. How, exactly, do you make money when you buy judgments? People often have concerns about how they are going to collect on judgments when the original person (who they bought the judgment from) was unable to collect. There are a couple of options that allow you to overcome this challenge.. Tap Into the Judgment Collection Network. One of the resources that you have access to when purchasing judgments is the Judgment Collection Network. This is the part of Judgment Marketplace that consists of professionals who specialize in collecting judgments. They are experienced law firms and collection agencies that do the work of collecting on your behalf.. You will be able to search under Collector Listings to find someone who can help you collect on a judgment. When you browse or buy judgments, you can look up the last known location of the debtor. You should use this information when searching the Collector Listings. A ...
Definition of Witheld judgment on DUI in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is Witheld judgment on DUI? Meaning of Witheld judgment on DUI as a legal term. What does Witheld judgment on DUI mean in law?
You extend the benefits of your judgment to an ally. Prerequisite: Second judgment class feature.. Benefit: You can pronounce a single judgment and extend its effects to one adjacent ally instead of pronouncing a second judgment. Similarly, once you have the third judgment class feature, you can pronounce a single judgment and extend its effects to two adjacent allies instead of pronouncing a second and third judgment. Alternatively, once you have the third judgment class feature, you can pronounce two judgments and extend the effects of one judgment to one adjacent ally instead of pronouncing a third judgment. Once an ally has gained the effects of your judgment, he need not remain adjacent to you to continue gaining that benefit. You can spend a free action to end this benefit for one or both allies. If your judgment bonus is suspended for you, it is suspended for all allies, but when it resumes, it does so for all allies.. ...
To understand how a person can so easily change the foundation of knowledge and belief for events after receiving new information, three cognitive models of hindsight bias have been reviewed.[20] The three models are SARA (Selective Activation and Reconstructive Anchoring), RAFT (Reconstruction After Feedback with Take the best) and CMT (Causal Model Theory). SARA and RAFT focus on distortions or changes in a memory process, while CMT focuses on probability judgments of hindsight bias.. The SARA model, created by Rüdiger Pohl and associates, explains hindsight bias for descriptive information in memory and hypothetical situations.[20][21] SARA assumes that people have a set of images to draw their memories from. They suffer from the hindsight bias due to selective activation or biased sampling of that set of images. Basically, people only remember small, select amounts of information-and when asked to recall it later, use that biased image to support their own opinions about the situation. The ...
Here, we combined a perceptual decision task and an auction procedure inspired by behavioral economics (37, 38) to investigate how monetary incentives influence confidence. In addition to replicating important statistical features common to most of the dominant models of confidence formation (43), we reveal and dissociate two effects of monetary incentives on confidence accuracy.. The first effect is a motivational effect of incentives: In line with theories of rational decision-making and motivation, incentivizing confidence judgments improves metacognitive sensitivity. This means that high (or low) confidence is more closely associated with correct (or incorrect) decisions when confidence reports are incentivized, regardless of the valence or magnitude of the incentive. This extends a recent study reporting a similar effect of incentivization on discrimination (a measure closely related to sensitivity, assessing how confidence discriminates between correct and incorrect answers), but limited ...
Bob Gearys claim for a new moral majority is just one or two unelected Supreme Court Justices (Liberalism: the new moral majority, July 1).. Pope Francis visionary teaching includesthe following: Homosexuality is a sin, families begin when a man and a woman marry to procreate, and caring for the earth starts by first stopping abortion, which is murder.. Bobs (mine and many peoples) Catholic upbringing taught us these are never-changing moral truths: Loving our neighbors (not judging them) and caring for the poor. Correcting thenew moralpoverty Bob touts as a resurgence of liberalism is part of traditional Catholic teaching and Pope Francis vision.. On Judgment Day God will ask us what we did for Him; voting (or celebrating) conservatism or liberalism and what they claim is moral will not cut it.. Terry Duff, Garner. ...
Welcome to the Yukon Courts Judgment Database.. This site contains most of the written reasons for judgment, and reasons for sentencing of the Yukon Courts since January 2006. Decisions released since 2001 are being added as time and resources allow.. These judgments are posted on the website as a public service and may not be a complete collection of all decisions released by the Yukon Courts. A collection of judgments of the Yukon Courts is also posted on CanLII, ( including those prior to 2001. Certain decisions, which are subject to a publication ban or for reasons of individual privacy, are not available on this site. Many of the Courts judgments are delivered orally and may not be added to the website.. The official version of the reasons for judgments is the signed original or handwritten endorsement in the court file. In the event that there is a question about the content of a judgment, the original in the court file takes precedence.. All of our judgments ...
Gino, F., J. Shang, and R. T. A. Croson. The Impact of Information from Similar or Different Advisors on Judgment. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 108, no. 2 (March 2009): 287-302 ...
A Mormon leader says the churchs culpability in a rash of gay suicides following an new anti-gay policy will be decided on judgment day.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA VIET ANH VO CIVIL ACTION VERSUS NO. 16-15639 REBEKAH E. GEE, SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, ET AL SECTION B(5) OPINION AND PERMANENT INJUNCTION Before the court are Plaintiffs Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, Declaratory Judgment, and Permanent Injunction (Rec. Doc. 84), Memorandum in Opposition to Plaintiffs Motion for Partial Summary Injunction(Rec. Plaintiffs Judgment, Doc. Motion Declaratory 91), for Judgment Memorandum Summary in and Permanent Opposition Judgment(Rec. Doc. to 89), Memorandum in Opposition to Plaintiffs Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, Declaratory Judgment and Permanent Injunction (Rec. Doc. 90), Reply in Support of Plaintiffs Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, Declaratory Judgment and Permanent Injunction (Rec. Doc. 94) and Notice of Changed Circumstances Regarding HB 439 (Rec. Doc. 95). For the reasons set forth below, IT IS ORDERED that Plaintiffs Motions for Partial Summary ...
ORDER denying 12 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings; granting 16 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings. The Clerk of Court is directed to issue judgment and close the case. Signed by Hon. Frank P. Geraci, Jr. on 6/3/21. (NNR)-CLERK TO FOLLOW UP- ...
The concept of judgment has occupied a place of special importance in the tradition of Western thought. In antiquity and especially in the Enlightenment, judgment served as the rubric under which Western thinkers struggled to come to terms with how the world of human concerns is constituted in thought and, perhaps more important, how humans call for timely and appropriate actions. Recently, judgment has again emerged as a highly contestatory site for philosophical, rhetorical, and cultural reflection and inquiry.This book puts into contact a variety of responses to the question of judgment in a postmodern age, seeking out the question of how, once solid ground is pulled out from underneath the position of the judge, one continues to tread judgment, to meet obligations while remaining afloat.The essays in this edited volume investigate judgment as a rhetorical problem to be discussed philosophically and examines the standards by which judgments are made and can be made in contemporary culture. ...
Judging two events in combination (A&B) as more probable than one of the events (A) is known as a conjunction fallacy. According to dual-process explanations of human judgment and decision making, the fallacy is due to the application of a heuristic, associative cognitive process. Avoiding the fallacy has been suggested to require the recruitment of a separate process that can apply normative rules. We investigated these assumptions using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) during conjunction tasks. Judgments, whether correct or not, engaged a network of brain regions identical to that engaged during similarity judgments. Avoidance of the conjunction fallacy additionally, and uniquely, involved a fronto-parietal network previously linked to supervisory, analytic control processes. The results lend credibility to the idea that incorrect probability judgments are the result of a representativeness heuristic that requires additional neurocognitive resources to avoid.. ...
This study explores the impact of motivation, cognitive resources and difficulty of processing on social judgment. We hypothesized and found all three variables influence the type of information used to render judgment. Only when the information was easy to process, cognitive resources were ample and motivation was high were subjects able to use difficult information as a basis for their judgment. Furthermore, contrary to the common notion that statistical information tends to be utilized when resources are high, we were able to show that subjects relied on statistical information when their motivation was low, the information was difficult to process and/or cognitive resources were limited. These results add to the growing body of evidence attesting that the contents of information as such do not affect the likelihood of their being made use of in judgment. Both base-rates and representativeness (heuristic) information seem to be used in accordance with their subjective relevance - when such ...
For a lump sum judgment in California, a Judgment Creditor can place a lien on real property by an Abstract of Judgment. A Judgment Creditor is the party who prevailed in a typical lawsuit involving money, who received a monetary award against the other party. The party who lost in such a case is often called a Judgment Debtor. Such cases can occur in almost every conceivable field of practice. The Abstract of Judgment is a Judicial Council Form, 2 pages, and requires you to fill in information including but not limited to the Judgment amount, and the contact information of the parties. Code of Civil Procedure Section 674 specifies the specific contents required in an Abstract of Judgment. Once completely filled out, it is issued by the Clerk of the Court with a filing fee ...
Teachers diagnostic judgments are considered highly relevant for good teaching and successful learning. A question regularly asked is: Which aspects of diagnostic judgments are generic and which aspects are specific for a subject or even a topic within that subject? Several sources of specificity have to be considered in diagnostic judgment processes. In order to analyze systematically the aspect of specificity in research on diagnostic judgments, we propose a framework of diagnostic judgments, which explicates relevant components of thinking and behavior on the level of the student and the teacher. We use this framework to discuss systematically the question of content specificity.
This introduces the symposium on judgment aggregation. The theory of judgment aggregation asks how several individuals judgments on some logically connected propositions can be aggregated into consistent collective judgments. The aim of this introduction is to show how ideas from the familiar theory of preference aggregation can be extended to this more general case. We first translate a proof of Arrows impossibility theorem into the new setting, so as to motivate some of the central concepts and conditions leading to analogous impossibilities, as discussed in the symposium. We then consider each of four possible escape-routes explored in the symposium.. ...
What does this mean for the enforcement of Indian judgments in the UAE?. Similarly, under the UAE Civil Procedure Code,4 foreign court judgments can be enforced by parties in the UAE courts if the originating foreign court also enforces UAE court judgments (i.e., there is reciprocation of judgment enforcement). Given the 2020 Declaration, and the fact Indian courts should now enforce UAE court judgments under the streamlined processes, parties can now provide evidence to the UAE courts that there is reciprocation of judgment enforcement, meaning that the parties should be permitted to enforce Indian court judgments in the UAE via the UAE enforcement courts.. Why is this important to the UAE and India and the business community?. The trade ties between the UAE and India are significant, with the two nations setting a trade target of US$100 billion for 2020. India is also the second largest trade partner of the UAE.5 Given the scale of trade between the two nations, the implementation of ...
2.1 The TTPA was enacted to streamline the process for resolving certain Trans-Tasman civil proceedings, minimise existing impediments to enforcing New Zealand judgments and implement the Trans-Tasman Agreement in Australian law. Part 7 of the TTPA provides the statutory scheme for the recognition and enforcement in Australia of New Zealand judgments.. 2.2 A New Zealand judgment that may be registered under the TTPA cannot be enforced in Australia unless it is registered (s 65 of the TTPA).. 2.3 Pursuant to s 67(5) of the TTPA and regulation 17 of the TTPR an application to register a judgment under the TTPA is to be commenced by filing a Form 5 - Notice to liable person of registration of a NZ judgment under the TTPA (as prescribed in Schedule 1 to the TTPR), providing a sealed or certified copy of the New Zealand judgment and paying the applicable filing fee. 2.4 An application must be made within 6 years after the day the judgment is given or, if there have been appeal proceedings against the ...
A plaintiff in a wrongful death action against the United States in which a judgment was entered for the plaintiff questioned the correctness of a settlement action since the amount paid to her did not include interest on the judgment.
This morning I came across Jared Spools article about the $300 Million Button.. To summarize, Jareds team worked on an ecommerce site that required a login/registration to complete the checkout process. They did some design research and found out this step was chasing away huge numbers of potential customers - first-time users were resistant to registering, and even repeat users frequently forgot their usernames and passwords, causing frustration. When they eliminated the registration requirement, sales increased by $300 million in the first year.. Well, duh, I thought. Registering with a new and possibly unknown site is a serious commitment for many people. Of course it would chase them away. If the designers were any good, they wouldnt have needed a research study to tell them that.. But then my personal B.S. detector went off. Wait a minute, I thought. Would I have done better in their shoes? Or am I falling prey to hindsight bias?. Hindsight bias is the human tendency to erroneously ...
On appeal, a divided Federal Circuit has reversed judgment - holding that the asserted claims are actually invalid as a matter of law as being directed toward ineligible subject matter under Section 101. Majority Opinion by Chief Judge Prost and joined by Judge Chen. Dissenting Opinion by Judge Newman.. The bulk of the case focuses on waiver of TCLs right to appeal - with the majority finding no waiver.. During the litigation, TCL moved for summary judgment of ineligibility. The district court denied that motion after finding that the patent was not directed toward an abstract idea. The case continued then continued to trial and judgment as noted above.. After being denied summary judgment, a moving party typically needs to take a couple of steps in order to preserve the argument for appeal. Preservation is necessary because the summary judgment motion is seen as effectively moot once trial starts, and so the party needs to make a post-trial renewed motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law (JMOL) ...
Lets say John Doe owns a pit bull he hasnt trained very well. One day, Johns dog jumps the fence and mauls Jane Smiths dog, Fifi. Jane rushes Fifi to the vet and incurs $2,000 in vet bills.. Jane sues John Doe for $3,000 to compensate for the vet bills and pain and suffering. The judge agrees and orders John to pay the $3,000. This order is a judgment against John, and it is usually a matter of public record. If John does not pay the judgment, Jane can ask the court for remedy, which might include the court placing a lien on his assets, garnishing his wages or other actions.. There are different kinds of judgments. A default judgment, for example, occurs in favor of the plaintiff when the defendant fails to appear in court to defend himself or does not respond to a summons. A deficiency judgment occurs when the sale of a seized piece of property does not generate enough cash to pay the judgment and the court has to place a lien on more property. ...
AND TO DISMISS THIS ACTION WITHOUT PREJUDICE Pursuant to Section VI of the Final Judgment entered on March 14, 1950, as modified on November 14, 1997, the parties respectfully submit this motion to vacate the Final Judgment and to dismiss this action without prejudice. The Plaintiffs reasons for supporting the Motion are set forth in the Memorandum of the United States to be filed separately. ASCAP joins in this motion. As ASCAP has not reviewed the Memorandum of the United States, it cannot concur with that Memorandum. The parties are simultaneously filing a motion in United States v. American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, Civ. Action No. 41-1395, that requests that the Court enter the proposed Second Amended Final Judgment, which replaces the Amended Final Judgment dated March 14, 1950, and all amendments and modifications thereto. The proposed Second Amended Final Judgment incorporates the substantive provisions of the Final Judgment in this action (the Foreign Decree). By ...
The declaratory judgment is an important judicial remedy in modern New Zealand. It provides parties with a convenient means for the efficient and effective resolution of a range of disputes, without the need for further remedies. Examples under the Declaratory Judgments Act 1908 include disputes relating to the interpretation of public statutes and regulations as well as private agreements and other documents. A courts jurisdiction to issue a declaratory judgment is, however, much broader than under the 1908 Act. The declaratory judgment is regularly relied upon as a remedy in relation to judicial review of administrative action, as well as being used in tort, in relation to Treaty of Waitangi settlements and Māori land law, and all manner of legal contexts in between.. Despite the importance of the declaratory judgment, there is disagreement as to its current and potential scope, and there exists significant crossover in its jurisdictional sources, between the Declaratory Judgments Act 1908, ...
The judgment appears likely to make the enforcement of foreign court judgments in the UAE a quicker and less hazardous process than has been the case until now.. Historically, the UAE has been a challenging place in which to enforce foreign court judgments. This is principally because:. a) in the absence of an international treaty between the UAE and another country for the mutual recognition and enforcement of court judgments, the UAE courts invariably refuse to enforce foreign court judgments; and b) even if a treaty does exist, the ability of a party to challenge that judgment all the way to the Dubai Court of Cassation can typically lead to a long-winded, expensive and unpredictable enforcement process.. While the UAE has entered into standalone mutual enforcement treaties with a number of countries, including (among others) France, India and China, there are some notable exceptions where no treaty exists e.g. the USA, England, Germany and Russia.. However, under DIFC Law, the DIFC Courts ...
The judgment appears likely to make the enforcement of foreign court judgments in the UAE a quicker and less hazardous process than has been the case until now.. Historically, the UAE has been a challenging place in which to enforce foreign court judgments. This is principally because:. a) in the absence of an international treaty between the UAE and another country for the mutual recognition and enforcement of court judgments, the UAE courts invariably refuse to enforce foreign court judgments; and b) even if a treaty does exist, the ability of a party to challenge that judgment all the way to the Dubai Court of Cassation can typically lead to a long-winded, expensive and unpredictable enforcement process.. While the UAE has entered into standalone mutual enforcement treaties with a number of countries, including (among others) France, India and China, there are some notable exceptions where no treaty exists e.g. the USA, England, Germany and Russia.. However, under DIFC Law, the DIFC Courts ...
Judgment Marketplace does not guarantee that any listing posted for sale is a valid judgment or that said judgment remains unsatisfied. However, to the best of its abilities, and without accepting liability for its failure to do same, Judgment Marketplace does its best to minimize the likelihood of fraud or mistake by monitoring its listings. To that end, Judgment Marketplace will remove any listing that purports to sell a claim which does not seem like a valid judgment or seems invalid on the face of the document ...
Q: What does it mean to be judgement proof, and how do I know if I am? Thank you.. - Betty. Reply from Great question Betty! Being judgment proof essentially means that you dont own any property that could be seized or attached by creditors. If you were sued, the creditor or collector might successfully get a judgment against you, but wouldnt really be able to go after your bank account or other property to get paid right away. (Property here doesnt mean just a home, but may include wages, a car, or other things you own.). Being judgment proof doesnt mean you cant be sued. Sometimes creditors will sue in order to get a judgment so they can try to collect in the future. In most states, judgments last a long time and can be renewed. ...
A judgment creditor is the party a money judgment is issued to and is entitled to enforcement of the judgment through liens, execution and levy. Simply put, the judgment creditor is the person who receives the money in a judgment ruling. During the trial, they are called the plaintiff although judgments such as attorney s fees may also be owed to the plaintiff s attorney.
THE Court of Appeal sitting in Akure, has fixed Wednesday June 16, 2021, for judgement on the appeal filed by the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, in the October 20, 2020 Governorship Election, Mr Eyitayo Jegede. Jegede, who lost the governorship poll to Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, had challenged his electoral defeat before the Election Tribunal, saying the process which produced Akeredolu as the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, was illegal, among other grounds. The tribunal however dismissed his petition for lack of merit. Thereafter Jegede proceeded to the appellate court to challenge the tribunal judgement. It was gathered that after the counsels of the appellant and the defendants had addressed the court, the appellate court reserved its judgement a few days ago ...
Jozwik et al. (2016) tested the explanatory power of a feature-based model for similarity judgments (and for neural representation) that also included a number of shape features. As similarity judgments typically produce a fundamental distinction between animate and inanimate objects, the authors implicitly tested the role of shape features for animacy categorizations. The model contained 120 feature dimensions that were generated by human observers and included shape features (e.g., curved, cylindrical, spiky), but also object parts (e.g., horns, wings, hand/fingers; about two-thirds of the dimensions), objects (e.g., tree, waterfall, leaves), colors (e.g., green, brown, gray), materials/textures (e.g., fur, metallic, wet/water), and others. On a set of 96 images of familiar objects, the model predicted neural representation in IT with equal accuracy as a categorical labeling model, suggesting that those features serve as stepping stones toward a representation that emphasizes categorical ...
The question of cross-linguistic differences in color perception has a long and venerable history (e.g., refs. 3-14) and has been a cornerstone issue in the debate on whether and how much language shapes thinking (15). Previous studies have found cross-linguistic differences in subjective color similarity judgments and color confusability in memory (4, 5, 10, 12, 16). For example, if two colors are called by the same name in a language, speakers of that language will judge the two colors to be more similar and will be more likely to confuse them in memory compared with people whose language assigns different names to the two colors. These cross-linguistic differences develop early in children, and their emergence has been shown to coincide with the acquisition of color terms (17). Further, cross-linguistic differences in similarity judgments and recognition memory can be disrupted by direct verbal interference (13, 18) or by indirectly preventing subjects from using their normal naming ...
This study addressed the system-justifying function of compensatory judgments in person perception. We hypothesized that compensatory judgments of competence and warmth would create an illusion of equality, thereby fulfilling system-justifying motives in the economically unequal society. An experimental vignette study was conducted with 188 Japanese university students. Results indicated that evaluating target persons in a compensatory manner enhanced the perceived legitimacy of the current social system when participants were led to believe that a significant economic gap exists in Japan between the rich and the poor. This suggests that compensatory judgments serve to system justification through restoring the impaired belief in equality. We discussed the implications of our results for system justification theory and the literature on compensation effects in social judgments.
In law, a summary judgment (also judgment as a matter of law) is a judgment entered by a court for one party and against another party summarily, i.e., without a full trial. Such a judgment may be issued on the merits of an entire case, or on discrete issues in that case. In common-law systems, questions about what the law actually is in a particular case are decided by judges; in rare cases jury nullification of the law may act to contravene or complement the instructions or orders of the judge, or other officers of the court. A factfinder has to decide what the facts are and apply the law. In traditional common law the factfinder was a jury, but in many jurisdictions the judge now acts as the factfinder as well. It is the factfinder who decides what really happened, and it is the judge who applies the law to the facts as determined by the factfinder, whether directly or by giving instructions to the jury. In the absence of an award of summary judgment (or some type of pretrial dismissal), a ...
In law, a summary judgment (also judgment as a matter of law) is a judgment entered by a court for one party and against another party summarily, i.e., without a full trial. Such a judgment may be issued on the merits of an entire case, or on discrete issues in that case. In common-law systems, questions about what the law actually is in a particular case are decided by judges; in rare cases jury nullification of the law may act to contravene or complement the instructions or orders of the judge, or other officers of the court. A factfinder has to decide what the facts are and apply the law. In traditional common law the factfinder was a jury, but in many jurisdictions the judge now acts as the factfinder as well. It is the factfinder who decides what really happened, and it is the judge who applies the law to the facts as determined by the factfinder, whether directly or by giving instructions to the jury. In the absence of an award of summary judgment (or some type of pretrial dismissal), a ...
Abductive reasoning assigns special status to the explanatory power of a hypothesis. But how do people make explanatory judgments? Our study clarifies this issue by asking: (i) How does the explanatory power of a hypothesis cohere with other cognitive factors? (ii) How does probabilistic information affect explanatory judgments? In order to answer these questions, we conducted an experiment with 671 participants. Their task was to make judgments about a potentially explanatory hypothesis and its cognitive virtues. In the responses, we isolated three constructs: Explanatory Value, Rational Acceptability, and Entailment. Explanatory judgments strongly cohered with judgments of causal relevance and with a sense of understanding. Furthermore, we found that Explanatory Value was sensitive to manipulations of statistical relevance relations between hypothesis and evidence, but not to explicit information about the prior probability of the hypothesis. These results indicate that probabilistic ...
AMENDED FINAL JUDGMENT WHEREAS, Plaintiff, United States of America, filed its Complaint on June 24, 2005, alleging Defendants violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act, and Plaintiff and Defendant, by their respective attorneys, have consented to the entry of this Final Judgment without trial or adjudication of any issue of fact or law, and without this Final Judgment constituting any evidence against or admission by Defendant, or any other entity, as to any issue of fact or law; AND WHEREAS, Defendant agrees to be bound by the provisions of this Final Judgment pending its approval by the Court; AND WHEREAS, the essence of this Final Judgment is the prohibition of certain alleged information exchanging activities; NOW THEREFORE, before any testimony is taken, without trial or adjudication of any issue of fact or law, and upon consent of the parties, it is ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED: I. Jurisdiction This Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter of and the parties to this action. For ...
Taking the title of his book from Isaiah Berlins famous essay distinguishing a negative concept of liberty connoting lack of interference by others from a positive concept involving participation in the political realm, Samuel Fleischacker explores a third definition of liberty that lies between the first two. In Fleischackers view, Kant and Adam Smith think of liberty as a matter of acting on our capacity for judgment, thereby differing both from those who tie it to the satisfaction of our desires and those who translate it as action in accordance with reason or will. Integrating the thought of Kant and Smith, and developing his own stand through readings of the Critique of Judgment and The Wealth of Nations, Fleischacker shows how different acting on ones best judgment is from acting on ones desires--how, in particular, good judgment, as opposed to mere desire, can flourish only in favorable social and political conditions. At the same time, exercising judgment is something every ...
Anyone tempted to believe George Pell did what he was convicted of doing should read first the majority judgment of the Court of Appeal majority (Judgment), next the fuller transcript of the complainants allegations that is given in paras. 415-55 of the dissenting judgment (Dissent), and then the Wikipedia account (with numerous links) of Operation Midland. If you take this short tour, you will see the Judgment fall apart under your eyes. The Judgments sequencing (Falsity, Improbability, Impossibility) reverses the rational order of treatment. Its handling of Archbishop Pells alibi defence concludes abruptly in para. 143 by placing the onus of proof exactly where the law quoted in para. 142 says it cannot be: on the defence. Its construction of a five or six minute window of opportunity for the Archbishop to commit singularly vile offences against two thirteen-year-old boys, in the Priests Sacristy, has a similar incoherence thinly veiled behind an of course and an evasive taking the ...
Peoples moods can influence moral judgment. Such influences may arise because moods affect moral emotion, or because moods affect moral thought. The present study provides evidence that, at least in the footbridge dilemma, moods affect moral thought. The results of two experiments are reported in which, after induction of positive, negative, or neutral moods and presentation of the footbridge scenario, participants were asked one of two differentially framed closing questions. In the active frame, participants were asked whether they would be active and push the man, making thoughts about pushing accessible; in the passive frame, they were asked whether they would be passive and not push the man, making thoughts about not pushing accessible. The results show that affective influences on moral judgment depended on participants decision frame. Compared to neutral moods, positive moods induced utilitarian responding--i.e., deciding to push--in the active decision frame, but induced
Downloadable! Recent research has emphasized emotions role in non-utilitarian judgments, but has not focused much on characteristics of subjects contributing to those judgments. The present article relates utilitarian judgment to individual disposition to experience various emotions. Study 1 first investigated the relationship among state emotions and utilitarian judgment. Diverse emotions were elicited during judgment: guilt, sadness, disgust, empathy, anger, and anxiety, etc. Using psychological scales, Study 2 found that trait emotions predict the extent of utilitarian judgments, especially trait anger, trait disgust, and trait empathy. Unlike previous research that designated emotions only as factors mitigating utilitarian judgment, this research shows that trait anger correlates positively with utilitarian judgment. On the other hand, disgust and empathy correlated negatively. Guilt and shame---though previous research argued that their absence increased utilitarian judgment---appear unrelated to
I recently moved from the quiet of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the high paced, traffic intense, N.VA area. Ive been aware of my judgments since landing. To help ground me during this transition, Ive taken 3 yoga classes, all different from the style Im used to. Ive been aware of my judgments during these yoga classes- they play music here (darn), they have mirrors on the wall (uggh), they have hard wood floors (ouch). The yoga classes have been a good way for me to bring my awareness to my judgments. Its a safe place to allow my judgments to surface so I can be aware of them and then (hopefully) let them go.. Ive also been aware of some of my judgments as my partner and I move my things to make a new home. I dont like my dresser there, my meditation area is too small, the dishes are too high in the cabinet, there are too many nick-nacks in the living room. Other judgments are less conscious and Im only aware of them once my partner does something that makes it more noticeable.. I could ...
A Business Lesson in Moral Judgment from Unlikely Source - A Lesson in Moral Judgment By Professor Jill Gabrielle Klein author of We Got the Water: Tracing My Familys Path through Auschwitz I teach moral judgment at Melbourne Business School in...
From colleagues at Jindal Global Law School in India, this Call for Participation:. The Feminist Judgment Project India imagines the possibilities of collaborative writing of alternate judgments for several Indian cases across a broad range of legal issues having a significant bearing on women. At the heart of the project are a set of basic questions-can one formulate a distinctively feminist judicial practice? If so, what are the limitations to that approach? In what manner does this approach differ from the common law approach the court takes? Neither the practice of academic rewriting of judgment is new, nor is specifically the practice of feminist rewriting of judgments. The Feminist Judgment Project India borrows from the sister projects in Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and USA where feminist academics, lawyers, activists have written alternate versions of judgments originally authored by judges. * * *. The India project too will serve as a shadow judgment writing project by ...
The Iowa Supreme Court has ruled in a Story County case that a deferred judgment is considered a conviction. Deng Kon Tong pled guilty to a felony second-degree burglary charge in February of 2009, and was given a deferred judgment and three years probation.. The deferred judgment would give him the chance to wipe the charge from his record if he successfully completed the probation. In December of 2009 Tong was arrested carrying a sawed-off shotgun and charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. A jury found him guilty of the firearm possession charge and he was sentenced to up to five years in jail.. Tong moved to have the firearm charge dismissed saying the deferred judgment on the burglary charge could not be considered a felony conviction. The district an appeals court ruled the deferred judgment could be considered a conviction on the felony charge.. The Iowa Supreme Court ruled that it believes the legislature intended a conviction to include a deferred judgment where the ...
Two leading questions can now be formulated. First, what bearing does the transcendental schematism of the categories have on the transcendental doctrine of the judgment? As we saw in passing in Section 1, schemata are products of the faculty of imagination, and more specifically, they are supplementary rules for interpreting general conceptual rules in terms of more specific figural spatiotemporal forms and sensory images. Schemata are needed by Kant in order to overcome two apparent gaps: an ontological gap between abstract universals and concrete particulars on the one hand, and a cognitive gap between concepts and intuitions on the other hand. This holds not only at the level of empirical judgment, where the cognitive gap is between the conceptual (attributive or descriptive) parts of the judgment on the one hand and the intuitional (directly referential) parts of the judgment on the other, but also at the transcendental level, where the gap is between pure concepts or categories on the one ...
This course will be an overview of: The Center for Audit Qualitys new guide, Professional Judgment Resource. Common potential judgment tendencies, traps, and biases. Strategies to avoid potential judgment tendencies and traps and to mitigate possible biases. Guidelines pertaining to the documentation of an auditors decision-making process. The successful completion of this course will result in the award of 1-2 CPE credits.
Downloadable! A field study performed at the end of multiday hospital stays investigated trend effects on retrospective global judgments of emotions. Subjects (43 women and 50 men) reported instances of their positive and negative emotions, retrospective global judgments of these emotions, and satisfaction with hospital services. Retrospective global judgments of positive and negative emotions were a positive function of the increase or decrease of the instances of emotions over time. Consistent with predictions based on the literature on gender differences in information processing, mens retrospective judgments of positive emotions were highly sensitive to trend effects but no trend effect was found for negative emotions. In contrast, women demonstrated trend effects primarily in judgments of negative emotions. Trends in positive and negative emotions, however, did not significantly contribute to satisfaction judgements for men and women. Theoretical and managerial implications of the results are
Jesus spoke of the judgement day when he walked among men. He said Every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of Judgement Matthew 12:36. He that rejecteth me and receiveth not my words, hath one that judgeth him. The word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day John 12:48. Jesus spoke of a day of judgement on the last day. He said that two kinds of words were important: what we say and what he said. We will be judged by his words and by our words. This means that we need to pay attention to what we say and to what he says in the Bible. But how can we be sure that there really will be a day of Judgement? We can be sure there is a judgement because he proved there would be a Judgement by his own resurrection from the dead. The apostle Paul said, God now commandeth all men everywhere to repent because he hath appointed a day in the which he will judge the world by righteousness by that man whom he hath ordained, whereof he hath given ...
Much recent research has sought to uncover the gender difference in neural mechanism of moral judgment; however, very few researches study the neural gender differences in a specific area of moral judgment. The aim of this functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study was to examine possible gender difference in neural response to (sexual) disgusting pictures versus neutral pictures. Seventeen participants (9 males) were scanned while viewing pictures of tactile intimacy in same-sex and being asked to evaluate whether the behaviors between the stimulus persons in the pictures were morally appropriate or not. Both the neural responses to pictures of tactile intimacy in same-sex between male participants and female participants and the neural response to pictures of male-male tactile intimacy and to pictures of female-female tactile intimacy were examined. The results showed that significantly increased differential activations to the disgusting pictures relative to the neutral pictures were observed
Why is this stuff important? First and foremost is that, in New York, interest doesnt start to run until there is a judgment (unlike many other states where interest runs from the date of the accident). With interest running, at a statutory rate of 9%, the defense benefits of stalling quickly exact a price for a tactic that shouldnt exist at all.. Summary judgment also potentially removes the need for an expert (depending on the facts).. Most importantly, though, it sharply delineates the issues that need to be resolved by a jury. If the liability of one side can be established as a matter of law, why should a trial take place on those issues? Why would a court want to further drag out and complicate the litigation?. The Second Department is arguing, wrongly I think, that in order to have summary judgment on liability in must be complete and total on all liability issues. But why should partial summary judgment on some liability issues not be available to litigants? Isnt it part of the ...
This work was originally issued as a two-volume set, published in 1987 and 1988. It constitutes the definitive presentation of the system of classifying moral judgment built up by Lawrence Kohlberg and his associates over a period of twenty years. Researchers in human development and education around the world, many of whom have worked with interim versions of the system - indeed, all those seriously interested in understanding the development of moral judgment - will find it a useful and accessible resource. Volume 1 reviews Kohlbergs stage theory, and the large body of research on the significance and utility of his moral stages. Issues of reliability and validity are addressed. The volume ends with detailed instructions for using the reference sections, which are presented in volume 2.
Abstract Abstract:. In short-fiction pieces by Raymond Carver, Jorge Luis Borges, and Nathan Englander we continually find characters telling stories in order to influence other characters moral judgment. Drawing on the work of Alasdair MacIntyre, Paul Ricoeur, and Peter Goldie, I demonstrate how narration accomplishes such an impact on judgment by working through the functions of narrative identity, ultimately serving to direct our empathy and to complicate our application of principles. The stories here considered illustrate the centrality of narrative in moral reflection, in the sense that certain configurations of narrative may have the effect of unhinging our moral presumptions.. ...
Veil-of-Ignorance Reasoning Mitigates Self-Serving Bias in Resource Allocation During the COVID-19 Crisis By: Karen Huang, Regan Bernhard, Netta Barak-Corren, Max Bazerman and Joshua D. Greene ...
Doha, Qatar)--Omar Al Shaheen knows that success in championship pool is as much about perseverance as it is about being an amazing shot maker. Sometimes, when things arent going your way, you just have to be patient. When your time finally does come, you have to be ready to g ...
Put generally: all judgements are relative to culture is a judgement, call it (J). We may now construct a dilemma: Is the truth of (J) relative to a culture? If the answer is yes, then, since (J) is relative to a culture, (J) is not universally or absolutely true. If it is not absolutely true that all judgements are relative to culture, the possibility that there are judgements true independently of culture is not closed and (J) may be absolutely true. If the answer is no, then (J) is a case of a true judgement not itself relative to culture. The existence of one case opens the possibility of a class of such judgements. Thus the very attempt to formulate (J) opens rather than closes what it tries to forbid. Thus cultural relativism fatally affects its own assertion: it cannot be coherently formulated. To say that values are relative to cultures confuses culture with value. Values are used to measure cultures, including the culture that gives birth to them. If values cannot transcend cultures ...
20-10-23 Epic Games Re... by Florian Mueller. In order to eliminate the risk of punitive damages, Epic seeks to limit the dispute with Apple to an antitrust case if Epic wins and a contract dispute in case Epics antitrust claims dont succeed. For that purpose, Epic brought a motion for judgment on the pleadings (somewhere between a motion to dismiss and a motion for summary judgment) against Apples non-contract counterclaims, which Apple opposes. Late on Friday, Epic filed the above reply brief in support of that motion.. Philosophically, Epic Games v. Apple is in no small part about the relative value of the contribution each party makes to, for instance, Fortnites commercial success on iOS. While its obvious that there wouldnt be a Fortnite on iOS without Epic or without Apple, either partys counsel is now trying to convince the court that their respective client is the more important contributor. And that leads them to paint a self-centric picture.. Last month I agreed with famous and ...
Which rules for aggregating judgments on logically connected propositions are manipulable and which not? In this paper, we introduce a preference-free concept of non-manipulability and contrast it with a preference-theoretic concept of strategy-proofness. We characterize all non-manipulable and all strategy-proof judgment aggregation rules and prove an impossibility theorem similar to the Gibbard--Satterthwaite theorem. We also discuss weaker forms of non-manipulability and strategy-proofness. Comparing two frequently discussed aggregation rules, we show that conclusion-based voting is less vulnerable to manipulation than premise-based voting, which is strategy-proof only for reason-oriented individuals. Surprisingly, for outcome-oriented individuals, the two rules are strategically equivalent, generating identical judgments in equilibrium. Our results introduce game-theoretic considerations into judgment aggregation and have implications for debates on deliberative democracy.. ...
Pneumonia is often diagnosed and treated empirically. We set out to determine the diagnostic accuracy of clinical judgment based on signs and symptoms to detect radiographic pneumonia in patients presenting with acute cough in primary care. In 2810 European patients with acute cough, general practitioners (GPs) recorded whether they considered pneumonia to be present (yes or no) immediately after history and physical examination. Chest radiography was performed within 1 week by local radiologists blind to other patient characteristics. 140 patients had radiographic pneumonia (5%), of whom 41 (29%) had been diagnosed as such. 31 (1%) patients had a clinical diagnosis that was not confirmed by radiography (n=2670). In clinically suspected pneumonia, 57% of subjects were subsequently diagnosed with radiographic pneumonia. Negative predictive value (NPV), sensitivity and specificity of GPs clinical judgment were 96%, 29% and 99%, respectively. Compared to patients with a clinical diagnosis of pneumonia
Queensland Law Society (QLS) is a party to protocols with all courts whereby the Society, on behalf of its members, can approach the court where there has been undue delay in delivering a judgment. For the Queensland courts there is a court protocol that reserved judgments should be delivered within three months.. An advantage of this process, over contacting the court yourself, is that the judge will not know which party has been chasing the judgment. The Supreme Court of Queensland has placed this notice on the Courts website.. For the Federal Circuit Court, where a reserved judgment has not been delivered within three months of the completed hearing or written submissions, represented parties may contact the President of the Society or the Bar Association of Queensland, who will write to the Chief Judge. Self-represented litigants should write directly to the Chief Judge.. QLS members will be assured of anonymity and the request will be treated in confidence. The Chief Judge will put in ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Teaching students to think like a paramedic: Improving professional judgement through assessment conversations. AU - Thompson, James. AU - Houston, Donald. AU - Dansie, Kathryn. PY - 2017. Y1 - 2017. N2 - Introduction The ability to self-assess is essential to the practitioner who often works independently, and reflective practice is entrenched within the paramedic process of care. In order to develop these practices a paramedic student must be able to self-identify mistakes and learn from their errors. However, student assessment has traditionally focused heavily on outcomes, with errors being penalised. Justification for traditional approaches to assessment of paramedic students acknowledges the potentially catastrophic consequences associated with mistakes being repeated in the real world out-of-hospital setting. Responding to the challenge of balancing the reflective practice skills set with real world implications of a paramedics mistakes, an assessment process was ...
The test list contained the original 80 words (targets) randomly intermixed with 16 additional new words (lures). Thus, we had a new/old ratio of 1:5, a ratio that allowed us to obtain a large number of trials of interest (cf. Smith et al., 2011). During test, each trial began with a 300-msec fixation cross, followed by the presentation of one word for 2 sec, after which a response prompt appeared (depicted in Figure 1), indicating the participants to report, using the computer keyboard, their recognition judgment (old/new) concurrently with their confidence level (for each response type, 1-4, where 1 = least confident responses and 4 = most confident responses; see Figure 1). If the participants made an old judgment, they were subsequently prompted to make an RKG judgment, as described by Gardiner and Parkin (1990). Note that participants were instructed to respond R only if their recognition judgment was accompanied by a subjective reexperiencing of context details from the study ...
Research into representation learning models of lexical semantics usually utilizes some form of intrinsic evaluation to ensure that the learned representations reflect human semantic judgments. Lexical semantic similarity estimation is a widely used evaluation method, but efforts have typically focused on pairwise judgments of words in isolation, or are limited to specific contexts and lexical stimuli. There are limitations with these approaches that either do not provide any context for judgments, and thereby ignore ambiguity, or provide very specific sentential contexts that cannot then be used to generate a larger lexical resource. Furthermore, similarity between more than two items is not considered. We provide a full description and analysis of our recently proposed methodology for large-scale data set construction that produces a semantic classification of a large sample of verbs in the first phase, as well as multi-way similarity judgments made within the resultant semantic classes in the ...
By Viorica Mirela Ștefan-Duicu and Adrian Ștefan-Duicu; Delimitations of the Professional Judgment within an Economic Environment
Question:. Dear Steve,. About 10 yrs ago, my son stole my credit cards and maxed them out..I could not pay them, but was able to pay what I could..sometimes min amt due and sometimes not... Anyway, I got papers to go to court because I was being sued..My son said he would go to court and tell the Judge it was he to ran up those accounts and not me..He never went to Court and I was in default and giving a Judgement..I did not know this until I got a letter from the Lawyer saying they now have a lean on my house... At one time I did meet with the lawyers and he told me they would never collect this judgement since my only income is my SS and a small pension from my company..Most companies have written me off..I have new credit now with my score at 680 and current on my bills, what I worry about is this judgement..At 76 yrs old, I dont want to be thrown out of my house... I am a Widow so my house is to pass on to my son and family..will be Judgement end when I die? I live in DuPage County in ...
Senator Adeyeye in a statement said, The judgement of the tribunal today(yesterday) is not short of open robbery and a direct assault on the integrity of the Nigerian judiciary.. The whole world know that the Senatorial election of February 23rd was the freest and fairest in the history of our state. No doubt the judgement was purchased. And upon proper scrutiny the filthy lucre that influenced it will be revealed.. Senate ex-deputy whip floors PDP at tribunal as House of Representatives member retains seat(Opens in a new browser tab). The judges shamelessly contradicted themselves throughout the judgement. They went to great lengths to reach a conclusion that did not follow from the premise with jaundiced and twisted logic.. To the teeming masses of Ekiti south whose vote the tribunal is trying to steal for Olujimi , they should be rest assured that the judgement will not stand. I have instructed my lawyers to immediately proceed on appeal. And by the grace of almighty God we shall have ...
Austen-Smith, D., Banks, J. (1996) Information Aggregation, Rationality, and the Condorcet Jury Theorem, American Political Science Review 90: 34�45. Bovens, L., Rabinowicz, W. (2006) Democratic answers to complex questions: an epistemic perspective, Synthese 150(1): 131-153. Bozbay, I., Dietrich, F., Peters, H. (2011) Judgment aggregation in search for the truth,working paper, London School of Economics. Condorcet, Marquis, D. (1785) Essai sur l�application de l�analyse á la probabilité des décisions rendues á la pluralité des voix. Dietrich, F. (2006a) Judgment aggregation: (im)possibility theorems, Journal of Economic Theory 126(1): 286-298. Dietrich, F. (2006b) General representation of epistemically optimal procedures, Social Choice and Welfare 26(2): 263-283. Dietrich, F. (2010) The possibility of judgment aggregation on agendas with subjunctive implications, Journal of Economic Theory 145(2): 603-638. Dietrich, F., List, C. (2007a) Arrow�s theorem in judgment aggregation, ...
This week, the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota issued a 39-page order granting summary judgment to the defense on loss causation grounds. On the basis of the courts loss causation analysis, the court dismissed all of the remaining claims in the case, which arose under Section 10(b) and 20(a) of the 1934 Act. The Courts ruling is significant because it provides a thorough review of loss causation principles as they apply at the summary judgment stage, as opposed to the pleading stage.. Several aspects of the Retek ruling are important for securities litigators grappling with loss causation issues at the summary judgment and trial phase of a securities case.. First, the Retek decision contains a thorough review of the law pertaining to the true financial condition theory and other indirect disclosure theories that plaintiffs are increasingly relying upon at the pleading and summary judgment stages of securities class actions. The Retek court notes that many courts have ...
Many times, parties to a lawsuit receive trial court rulings in the midst of the litigation that are unfavorable, oppressive, and seem to them to be demonstrably wrong. The parties want to appeal immediately, but their counsel will say that cannot happen, citing the Final Judgment Rule. The rule certainly sounds dark and fateful. Perhaps courts intend it to be, because the rule serves to deter disgruntled litigants from appealing while the trial court case is ongoing, and typically requires those litigants to wait months, or even years, to appeal. So what is this rule? And perhaps more importantly, what are ways to gain access to an appellate court early without offending it?. The Final Judgment Rule (sometimes called the One Final Judgment Rule) is the legal principle that appellate courts will only hear appeals from the final judgment in a case. A plaintiff or defendant cannot appeal rulings of the trial court while the case is still ongoing. For example, a party that loses its motion to ...
This months CLIP is an article by Pablo Ibáñez Colomo, Professor of Law at the London School of Economics, on the Court of Justices January 2020 judgment in Generics (Paroxetine). As we discussed here, the Generics judgment was significant because it was the first time that the EUs highest court provided guidance on the competition law assessment of pay-for-delay agreements in the pharma sector.. After providing a helpful summary of the case background and the Courts main findings, Professor Ibáñez Colomo argues that the judgment achieves an optimal balance that minimise[s] the risk of Type I (over-enforcement) and Type II (under-enforcement) errors. In his analysis, the judgment achieves this in two main ways. First, it defines the notion of potential competition relatively expansively (real and concrete possibility of market entry, as opposed to likelihood, is enough in this regard). In Professor Ibáñez Colomos opinion, this reduces the risk of Type II errors. Second, the ...
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Justice Rehnquist concurred in the judgment without joining either opinion. Justices Burger and Blackmun took no part in ...
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In Kahneman, Daniel (ed.). Judgment under uncertainty : heuristics and biases. Science. 185. Cambridge [u.a.]: Cambridge Univ. ... Akst, Daniel (2011). "Rushing to Judgment". The Wilson Quarterly (1976-). 35 (4): 97-98. JSTOR 41484407.. ... The availability heuristic is a mental shortcut that occurs when people make judgments about the probability of events on the ... Kahneman and Tversky originally covered this topic in their landmark 1974 article titled Judgment under Uncertainty: Heuristics ...
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  • Defendants' means Tradenet Marketing, Inc. ('Tradenet') and L.W. Cooper ('Cooper'), their successors and assigns, and their officers, agents, servants, employees and attorneys, and all persons in active concert or participation with any one or more of them who receive actual notice of this Stipulated Final Judgment ('Judgment') by personal service or otherwise. (
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  • The Scriptures mention certain events which are to take place before the final judgment. (
  • The leading idea in Enoch is that the Deluge was the first world-judgment, and that the final judgment of the world is to take place at the beginning or at the close of the Messianic kingdom. (
  • however, as Greg Garrett shows in Entertaining Judgment, popular culture in the U.S. has found rich ground for creative expression in the search for answers to the question: What lies in store for us after we die? (
  • Judgment aggregation in search for the truth ," Games and Economic Behavior , Elsevier, vol. 87(C), pages 571-590. (
  • Judgment aggregation in search for the truth ," Research Memorandum 040, Maastricht University, Maastricht Research School of Economics of Technology and Organization (METEOR). (
  • Judgment aggregation in search for the truth ," Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Post-Print and Working Papers) halshs-00978030, HAL. (
  • Judgment aggregation in search for the truth ," Post-Print halshs-00978030, HAL. (
  • Judgment aggregation in search for the truth ," PSE-Ecole d'économie de Paris (Postprint) halshs-00978030, HAL. (
  • It stands to reason, then, that if emotion plays a role in moral judgments, damage to the VMPC could have a profound affect on those judgments. (
  • Most often, it is a judgment in favor of a plaintiff when the defendant has not responded to a summons or has failed to appear before a court of law. (
  • If the defendant fails to reply within 14 days of service, the claimant can apply for a judgment in default, either by simply requesting the court's administrative staff enter judgment filing a request for judgment (which is sufficient for routine cases), or by making a formal application to the procedural judge. (
  • If a defendant accepts the judgment, and the amount, but is unable to pay, the defendant may apply to vary the judgment. (
  • The defendant has to show that the documents were not served, which would explain why the claimant had ability to enter judgment. (
  • A plaintiff who obtains a monetary judgment is described as a judgment creditor, while the defendant becomes a judgment debtor. (
  • It is fundamental that a court must have personal jurisdiction over a defendant before it can enter a valid judgment imposing a personal obligation on the defendant. (
  • In Pennoyer v. Neff , 95 U.S. 714 (1878) the Supreme Court set down the basic rule that a personal judgment against a nonresident defendant who was not served within the state, and who did not appear or otherwise assent to the jurisdiction of the court, is invalid. (
  • As pronounced on March 18, 2005, the defendant is sentenced as provided in pages 1 through 5 of this Judgment. (
  • It is further ordered that the defendant shall notify the United States Attorney for this district within 30 days of any change of name, residence, or mailing address until all fines, restitution, costs, and special assessments imposed by this Judgment are fully paid. (
  • Defendant delivered on _____________________ to ___________________ at _____________________________, with a certified copy of this Judgment. (
  • If this judgment imposes a fine or a restitution obligation, it shall be a condition of supervised release that the defendant pay any such fine or restitution that remains unpaid at the commencement of the term of supervised release in accordance with the Fine and Restitution sheet of the judgment. (
  • The judgment summons cites the defendant to appear personally in court, and be examined on oath as to the means he has, or has had, since the date of the order or judgment made against him, to pay the same, and to show cause why he should not be committed to prison for his default. (
  • In law , a summary judgment (also judgment as a matter of law ) is a judgment entered by a court for one party and against another party summarily, i.e., without a full trial . (
  • In the absence of an award of summary judgment (or some type of pretrial dismissal), a lawsuit ordinarily proceeds to trial , which is an opportunity for litigants to present evidence in an attempt to persuade the factfinder that they are saying "what really happened", and that, under the applicable law, they should prevail. (
  • A party moving (applying) for summary judgment is attempting to avoid the time and expense of a trial when, in the moving party's view, the outcome is obvious. (
  • Typically this is stated as, when all the evidence likely to be put forward is such that no reasonable factfinder could disagree with the moving party, summary judgment is appropriate. (
  • A party may also move for summary judgment in order to eliminate the risk of losing at trial, and possibly avoid having to go through discovery (i.e., by moving at the outset of discovery), by demonstrating to the judge, via sworn statements and documentary evidence , that there are no material factual issues remaining to be tried. (
  • In many jurisdictions, a party moving for summary judgment takes the risk that, although the judge may agree there are no material issues of fact remaining for trial, the judge may also find that it is the non-moving party that is entitled to judgment as a matter of law . (
  • In the United States federal courts, summary judgment is governed by Federal Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure , derived primarily from the three seminal cases concerning summary judgment out of the 1980s. (
  • 475 U.S. 574 , 596-98 (1986) (holding antitrust plaintiff with an inherently implausible claim was subject to dismissal at summary judgment). (
  • In American legal practice, summary judgment can be awarded by the court before trial, effectively holding that no trial will be necessary. (
  • At the federal level, a summary-judgment motion in United States District Court is governed by Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure . (
  • Other pretrial motions, such as a "motion for judgment on the pleadings" or a "motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim upon which relief may be granted," can be converted by the judge to summary-judgment motions if matters outside the pleadings are presented to - and not excluded by - the trial-court judge. (
  • OAKLAND, Calif. (CN) - A Kaiser nurse who claimed she was harassed and fired because she is a "born again" Christian has lost her case on Summary Judgment. (
  • In the five year case against T-Mobile, on January 16 the judge suddenly declared a summary judgment of non-infringement against Calypso Wireless, declaring that 'the evidence is so confusing that no reasonable juror could find for Calypso. (
  • Summary judgment is only appropriate where there is "no genuine issue of material fact and" the moving party "is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. (
  • Today is the deadline for Calypso to file an appeal on the summary judgment. (
  • for we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ. (
  • A federal bankruptcy judge in Atlanta has levied a $457.8 million judgment against one of the world's largest forest products companies. (
  • A Delaware judge levied a $178 million judgment against Paragon on Jan. 6, 1998. (
  • Fresh Express, a Chiquita Brands International Inc. subsidiary, lost a $12 million judgment won by the produce giant for losses it suffered during the E. coli outbreak on bagged spinach in 2006, Fresh Plaza reported. (
  • A Chilean national airline plane, ignoring a court order, took off from New York last night after a federal judge froze the assets of the airline to satisfy a $2.9 million judgment growing out of the murder of former Chilean ambassador Orlando Letelier here in 1976. (
  • Brieant also ordered the Chilean government to appear March 29 and show cause why Michael Moffitt, Ronni Moffitt's husband and Letelier's colleague at the Institute for Policy Studies at the time of the murders, should not be appointed receiver to run the airline's U.S. operations until the $2.9 million judgment and $800,000 in interest are paid. (
  • Particular Judgment and General Judgment will be treated in separate articles. (
  • As there is a twofold end of time, so there is likewise a twofold eternal judgment: the particular judgment , at the hour of death, which is the end of time for the individual, and the general judgment , at the final epoch of the world's existence, which is the end of time for the human race . (
  • In working with a formal system, we are often interested in some axiomatization of a particular judgment. (
  • Of course asserting that certain judgments are true is merely a game of symbol pushing unless one can answer several questions about the inference rules stated for a particular judgment: are there enough rules? (
  • The Roman Catechism thus explains why, besides the particular judgment of each individual , a general one should also be passed on the assembled world: "The first reason is founded on the circumstances that most augment the rewards or aggravate the punishments of the dead. (
  • There is also a judgment of God in the world that is subjective. (
  • Though all the happenings of life cannot be interpreted as the outcome of Divine judgment, whose external manifestation is therefore intermittent, the subjective judgment is coextensive with the life of the individual and of the race. (
  • However, this writer personal believes a moral judgment is a subjective, personal or even preferable opinions of a person concerning whether something is right or wrong. (
  • Strategic Judgment Proofing ," MPRA Paper 6100, University Library of Munich, Germany. (
  • Scoring rules for judgment aggregation ," MPRA Paper 35657, University Library of Munich, Germany. (
  • Say what you will about the upcoming 3-D fighter Castlevania Judgment, but it does seem to have a varied roster from throughout Konami's long-running series. (
  • So it was rather odd when Konami unveiled Castlevania: Judgment at E3 this year, a title that was almost certainly not the glorious next-gen reimagining fans have been waiting for since Symphony hit the PS1. (
  • This means the judgment could be used to garnish your wages or file a bank levy or lien on your house or other property. (
  • Divine judgment means the judgment of God or other supreme beings within a religion. (
  • Aggregating Sets of Judgments: An Impossibility Result ," Economics and Philosophy , Cambridge University Press, vol. 18(1), pages 89-110, April. (
  • Damage to an area near the center of the brain, several inches behind the eyes, transforms the way people make moral judgments in life-or-death situations, scientists are reporting. (
  • Research on the role of emotion/intuition in moral judgments is really heating up. (
  • For decades (millennia, even), moral judgment was thought to be a conscious, principle-based process, but over the last few years, researchers have been showing that emotion and intuition, both of which operate automatically and unconsciously for the most part, play a much larger role than most philosophers and psychologists had previously been willing to admit. (
  • In this essay, I will begin by explaining Robert Roberts' core argument in Emotions, perception, and moral judgment. (
  • Therefore, there has been a great tension to whether intuitions or reasons play critical role in making moral judgments. (
  • The focus of this assignment will be on sensorium stage and theory of moral judgment. (
  • What Are Moral Judgments? (
  • understand little more about what moral judgment is. (
  • Summer Moser Ndidi Nwaneri PHIL 130-006 November 29, 2014 The Origins of Moral Judgment From the moment a person is born, they are flooded with impressions about the world surrounding them. (
  • One's moral judgment on something is a reflection of what they believe is right versus wrong, good versus bad, and just versus unjust in regards to human behavior. (
  • 5 points An intuitive moral judgment is immediate judgment that requires no thinking or reflection. (
  • In other words, an intuitive moral judgment is simply a judgment we make with a minimum of thinking about it. (
  • An intuitive moral judgment is an automatic response to our understanding of a situation or an action. (
  • Widespread and deep moral disagreements are persistently resistant to rational solutions and thus allow for continuing debate over the validity of moral judgments. (
  • This paper will discuss prominent positions regarding whether moral judgments may be true and false in an absolute sense or a relative sense, in light of the diverse and intense disagreement in moral judgment. (
  • Your moral sensibility and judgment are irrelevant. (
  • They're also becoming uncomfortably aware of how much moral judgment President Obama's "signature achievement" will press upon them. (
  • Judgments in default are covered by Part 12 of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 . (
  • A judgment lien is a court ruling that gives a creditor the right to take possession of a debtor's real or personal property if the debtor fails to fulfill his or her contractual obligations. (
  • This lien may be made against an individual or business and allows the creditor to access assets such as the debtor's business, personal property, and real estate to satisfy the judgment. (
  • If the court rules against you, the creditor can file a judgment lien against you. (
  • In most states, the judgment creditor-the winner of the lawsuit-must record the lien via a county or state filing. (
  • In most states, judgment liens must be filed by the creditor through the county or state. (
  • If the debt is not paid, the judgment creditor has the authority to take additional steps. (
  • In general, judgments remain enforceable for 10 years (in some states, such as my creditor-friendly state of Rhode Island, it's 20 years) from the date entered or filed with the courts. (
  • However, many states allow the creditor to renew the judgment if it is not paid during the initial 10-year period. (
  • Considering that the creditor already spent some cash to get the judgment, chances are they won't just let it expire. (
  • What that means for you is that the creditor could choose at any time up until the judgment expires (which may include extensions) to execute the judgment. (
  • Expect that the creditor will decide to execute the judgment before it expires. (
  • Because the judgment has not expired and is still enforceable, I suggest you contact the creditor that received the judgment and make arrangements to pay or settle what you owe. (
  • Filing bankruptcy will prevent the creditor from executing the judgment against you. (
  • Judgment summons, in English law, a summons issued under the Debtors' Act 1869, on the application of a creditor who has obtained a judgment for the payment of a sum of money by instalments or otherwise, where the order for payment has not been complied with. (
  • The internal judgment proceeds according to a man's attitude: towards Christ ( John 3:18 ). (
  • Case No. 10 of the Administrative Tribunal, 9 May 1994 (PDF, 99kb) - The applicant filed an appeal for rectification in respect of the Judgment in case No. 8 which did not address the request for reimbursement of costs. (
  • Although the judgment represents a substantial portion of its earnings, Weyerhaeuser said it will not record a charge against earnings because it believes the decision will be reversed on appeal. (
  • Woe to him, who has no court of appeal against the world 's judgment. (
  • When it comes to Hillary Clinton floating her husband's name as a top economic adviser, Bernie Sanders says that would speak to the former secretary of state's judgment, not his own. (
  • What were those massive bailouts and "stimulus" payments, but the State's judgment enforced upon the free market? (
  • Even infants less than one year old are capable of what appears to be complex perceptual judgments. (
  • Next I wi *** finish this Roberts argues that emotions are concern-based construals, which provide the perceptual basis for evaluative judgments and are accompanied by affective "coloring. (
  • Though this idea is interwoven with the eschatological teachings of those writers, it in no way detracted from their belief in a universal world-judgment. (
  • Few truths are more often or more clearly proclaimed in Scripture than that of the general judgment. (
  • The belief in the general judgment has prevailed at all times and in all places within the Church . (
  • justice demands that, in order to form a proper estimate of the good or bad actions of all, a general judgment should take place. (
  • Finally, it was important to prove , that in prosperity and adversity, which are sometimes the promiscuous lot of the good and of the bad, everything is ordered by an all-wise, all-just, and all-ruling Providence: it was therefore necessary not only that rewards and punishments should await us in the next life but that they should be awarded by a public and general judgment. (
  • The increasing size of government naturally involves a greater imposition of collective judgment upon the public. (
  • A scoring rule generates the collective judgment set which reaches the highest total 'score' across the individuals, subject to the judgment set having to be rational. (
  • In the case of Masters -v- Leaver [1999] EWCA Civ 2016 [1] it was held that a judgment in default means just that - it is a judgment obtained due to default. (
  • Judgment Day (2002) foi um evento de luta profissional promovido pela World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) em formato pay-per-view . (
  • Aconteceu em 19 de maio de 2002 no Gaylord Entertainment Center em Nashville , Tennessee , sendo patrocinado pelo AT&T . Este foi o terceiro evento na cronologia do Judgment Day e o sexto pay-per-view de 2002 no calendário da WWE. (
  • O Judgment Day 2002 foi o primeiro PPV na era WWE desde que esta mudou o seu nome (antes era WWF). (
  • The "Book of the Dead" (Nekyia) in the Odyssey depicts judgment in the afterlife by Minos, the "radiant son of Zeus" who in his mortal life had been king of Crete. (
  • Vergil's depiction of the afterlife in the Aeneid is consonant with the Homeric view as well as that of Plato, and he makes it clear that everyone faces judgment. (
  • Judgment aggregation in general logics ," Public Economics 0505007, University Library of Munich, Germany. (
  • This is because the classification of posts involves the exercise of value judgements as to the nature and extent of the duties and responsibilities of the posts and it is not the Tribunal s role to undertake this process of evaluation (see, for example, Judgment 3294, consideration 8). (
  • In 'Judgment in Flames,' a female reporter faces domestic difficulty as well as intense job pressure that involves the pursuit of an elusive arsonist. (
  • provided by what Lewis calls terminating judgment, which involves a statement about reality that has been verified empirically. (
  • Organizational judgment usually involves reframing decisions as a participative process of problem solving. (
  • Default judgment is a binding judgment in favor of either party based on some failure to take action by the other party. (
  • The moving party will also attempt to persuade the court that the undisputed material facts require judgment to be entered in its favor. (
  • Sanders also explains why he feels GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump lacks judgment. (
  • For the time being, it seems Judgment lacks some of the colour and depth of customisation that fans have come to expect of the series. (
  • In many foreign countries, as in most jurisdictions in the United States, the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments is governed by local domestic law and the principles of comity, reciprocity and res judicata (that is, that the issues in question have been decided already). (
  • The information below is designed to assist attorneys seeking to enforce U.S. judgments abroad. (
  • In consequence, absent a treaty, whether the courts of a foreign country would enforce a judgment issued by a court in the United States depends upon the internal laws of the foreign country and international comity. (
  • The Left often accuses religious people, conservatives, and anyone else they dislike of being "judgmental," but the State is far more judgmental than even the most narrow-minded prude, and only the State has the power to enforce its judgments. (
  • Individual chapters discuss the representativeness and availability heuristics, problems in judging covariation and control, overconfidence, multistage inference, social perception, medical diagnosis, risk perception, and methods for correcting and improving judgments under uncertainty. (
  • The study of human judgment under uncertainty has a history that is almost contemporaneous with that of probability theories. (
  • The title track "Judgment" was inspired by a poem written by Hill's wife, Lavern. (
  • Now the obvious solution here is to suspend judgment when your knowledge in a particular area is lacking. (
  • Most people suspend their judgment till somebody else has expressed his own and then they repeat it. (
  • In certain foreign legal systems, a foreign judgment will not be enforced unless it satisfies not only international standards as to jurisdiction, but also internal requirements as to notice, and other requirements. (
  • Once a judgment has been issued by a court in the United States, formal legal proceedings usually must be initiated in the foreign country by an attorney authorized to practice in the foreign country. (
  • this time formally known as Judgment in Default of Defense . (
  • These liens can be attached to real or personal property, or-if the debtor has none at the time of judgment-to future acquisitions. (
  • C]onsistent principle has it that a complainant must comply with the time limits and the procedures, as set out in the organisation s internal rules and regulations (see, for example, Judgment 3947, consideration 4, and the case law cited therein). (
  • But the effects of the judgment, since they take place in creatures, follow the sequence of time. (
  • The Divine judgment is manifested and fulfilled at the beginning, during the progress, and at the end of time. (
  • The judgment at the end of time will complement the previous visitations of Divine retribution and will manifest the final result of the daily secret judgment. (
  • These predictions were not intended to serve as indications of the exact time of the judgment, for that day and hour are known only to the Father, and will come when least expected. (
  • 1 Pet 4:17 For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? (
  • With any professional judgment we need to wait 3 months from the time of job loss or reduction of income before considering the professional judgment in order to have a clear picture of your family's financial situation. (
  • The bad news is the judgment will still be there, even though you can't see it on your credit report, lurking in the shadows, waiting for the worst possible time to leap out and surprise you. (
  • We intend to leave the Chileans no place to hide," the attorney who represented the families, Michael E. Tigar, had said at the time of the judgment. (
  • An order of commitment obtained in a judgment summons remains in force for a year only, and the extreme term of imprisonment is six weeks, dating from the time of lodging in prison. (
  • Such a judgment may be issued on the merits of an entire case, or on discrete issues in that case. (
  • The subject line of comments submitted should identify the relevant case name and docket number for the judgment. (
  • According to the Tribunal s case law, a complainant may not, in her or his rejoinder, enter new claims not contained in the original complaint (see, for example, Judgment 4092, consideration 10). (
  • In any event, she provides no evidence to support that contention (for such a requirement see, for example, Judgment 3939, consideration 10, and the case law cited therein). (
  • The federal judges rushed to judgment - in a case where there was no rush legally, despite a medical urgency. (
  • Jack's plan in this episode seemed a bit thin - pitting Michelle's Socialized Medicine case against David's brother's trial for the 10th Judgment Day spot. (
  • It seemss though Helen and the doctor might have felt that getting this case before Silas during Judgment Day would have been the best chance of getting the doctor pardoned. (
  • In this case, look at clear examples of the words judgement/decision/choice as they appear in authentic use. (
  • In a civil trial involving damages , a default judgment will enter the amount of damages pleaded in the original complaint . (
  • While procedures and documentary requirements vary widely from country to country, judgments which do not involve multiple damages or punitive damages generally may be enforced, in whole or in part, upon recognition as authoritative and final, subject to the particulars cited above, unless internal law mandates a treaty obligation. (
  • Green's original judgment said the remaining $2 million in damages should be paid by Juan Manuel Contreras, the former head of DINA, two other DINA agents, two Cuban exiles involved and Michael V. Townley, an American citizen who admitted planting the bomb while working as a DINA agent. (
  • Many people find Planned Parenthood an objectionable organization, but their judgment is irrelevant, because they are compelled, by force of law, to fund it anyway. (
  • Almost always there will be a request that the money claimed, the court fee, and interest at 8% on the money from when the claim Form was issued up until date of judgment, and if legally represented a fixed contribution to legal costs, be ordered to be paid immediately. (
  • While May 21 is the latest purported date for Judgment Day, Professor De La Torre points out that there have been many dates singled out in the past. (
  • The judgment should also be removed from your credit report seven years from the date it was entered. (
  • The default judgment is the relief requested in the party's original petition. (
  • If the person affecting the accident's insurance does not cover the injured party's required reparations, a judgment lien may be placed against the negligent person's property. (
  • Judgment: Apocalypse Survival Simulation is a colony simulation game with tactical combat that takes place in the midst of a demon apocalypse . (
  • In the last analysis sound judgment will prevail. (
  • While judgment liens are awarded by courts without the consent of the debtor, property liens are a little different. (
  • Shall not the Judge of all the earth do righteous judgment? (
  • The fear of God is such a fundamental idea in the Old Testament that it insists mainly on the punitive aspect of the judgment (cf. (
  • Great catastrophes as Noah's flood, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, the earthquake that swallowed up Korah and his followers, the plagues of Egypt and the evil that came upon other oppressors of Israel are represented in the Bible as Divine judgments. (
  • These could include seeking enforcement of the judgment by garnishing wages and potentially seizing a bank account. (
  • Well, uh, I mean that's her judgment,' Sanders told reporters in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Tuesday, in the Democratic candidate's latest insinuation that his opponent does not have the proper judgment to lead the nation. (
  • Sanders and Clinton traded blows last month over whether either candidate is 'qualified' or possesses the proper 'judgment' for the White House, with the Vermont senator remarking to NBC's 'Meet the Press' on April 10 that 'something is clearly lacking. (
  • My judgment is that if elected president, we're going to put people in charge of the economy who do not come from Wall Street, who understand that we've got to reverse the decline of the American middle class,' Sanders said. (
  • When I was 26, my singular focus caused a serious lapse in judgment, costing me a year of heartache, thousands of dollars, and a pending litigation. (
  • In a 138-page ruling, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Margaret H. Murphy levied the nearly half-billion dollar judgment, plus millions more in attorney fees and interest, against Weyerhaeuser Co., based in Washington state, for violating contract warranties when it spun off its disposable diaper division as a "liability-laden subsidiary. (
  • The judgment refers to just one of almost 150 lawsuits filed against the old dictator, this one concerning the execution of political prisoners by the "death caravan", a group of officers who toured the country after the 1973 military coup. (
  • Judgment generally refers to the considered evaluation of evidence in the formation of making a decision. (
  • The games and movies on this page are under judgment and you control their fate. (