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judgment

 [juj´ment]
the ability to make logical, rational decisions and decide whether a given action is right or wrong.
clinical judgment the process by which the nurse decides on data to be collected about a client, makes an interpretation of the data, arrives at a nursing diagnosis, and identifies appropriate nursing actions; this involves problem solving, decision making, and critical thinking.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

judg·ment

(jŭj'mĕnt)
Ability to evaluate the positive and negative aspects of a behavior or situation and act or react appropriately.
Compare: discrimination
Synonym(s): judgement.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

judg·ment

(jŭj'mĕnt)
Ability to evaluate aspects of a behavior or situation and act or react appropriately.
Synonym(s): judgement.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The revelation of the third critique is the existence of an altogether different type of judgement, one that is not determinant.
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According to him, the judgment of the appeal court relied on weak technical foundation, while the substantive issue which formed the basis of the lower tribunal judgement was relegated to the background.
Further, the Court noted that since the bank was not a mortgagee in possession (for only then would the bank have been obliged to preserve the property from loss and injury and to conserve its value), the bank should not be denied a deficiency judgement. In hindsight, it may have been more prudent for the bank, instead of doing nothing, to have petitioned the Supreme Court for authority to expend its own funds to aid the receiver to secure the property, and to add those expenditures to the amount of the judgment.
For Kant, an aesthetic judgement is a judgement whose `determining ground' cannot be other than `subjective', which means that its determining ground cannot be other than the feeling of pleasure or displeasure (CJ, [sections] 1).(1) What Kant has in mind by an aesthetic judgement is a judgement made about something on the basis of experiencing that thing.
According to him, the judgment is null and void ab initio because 'the electoral college that elected Senator Omo-Agege and Rev Waive as APC candidates in the just concluded 2019 general elections came into being by virtue of a consent judgement that has not been set aside,' among others.
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