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judiciary

1. the branch of the central authority in a state concerned with the administration of justice
2. the system of courts in a country
3. the judges collectively; bench
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Stage3--calculation of sum of rows in judicative matrix like table 14
Stage5--calculation of S's weights related to each row of judicative matrix like table 16.
Stage4--calculation of total sum of judicative matrix like table 15
Indeed, as is by now clear, it is Wodeham's conception of judicative objects as referents and truthmakers that makes antirealism seem so utterly implausible to him.
63) Hence, given TM, the Aristotelian realist has both a prima facie plausible, as well as a perfectly general, defense of the view that individual things (that is, individual substances and accidents) function by themselves as the truthmakers for, and hence total objects of, judicative attitudes.
It fails to establish that individual things (res) are sufficient to function as the truthmaker for judicative attitudes and that such things can serve as their total referent.