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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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Husserl notes that judgment is not formed solely by a process of judicative operations.
In order to merge the opinions we use the terms below to create judicative matrix.
Judicative matrix is created by merging pair comparison matrixes through geometrical mean calculation of experts' opinions.
Step six- calculation of weights of judicative matrix:
Now, the sense of real being corresponds to that which most radically underlies the consciousness, as an unexpressed intellectual presupposition on which all the judicative activity present in human life depends.
In keeping with the interpretation of thought as an inner, mental language, we can perhaps think of judicative acts as mental assertions, that is, mental sentences that carry a kind of assertoric force.
In general, late medieval philosophers divide judicative acts into two main categories: assent or dissent.
The distinction is important because Wodeham wants to emphasize that the object of a judicative attitude is the total object of the prior complex or propositional apprehension and not the objects of any of the simple apprehensions from which it is composed.
Presiding Judge I Wayan Padang of the North Jakarta District Court read the verdict against Alex Manuputty, 55, head of the pro-independence Maluku Sovereignty Front (FKM), and Samuel Waileruny, 45, the FKM ''judicative'' chairman without the presence of the defendants.
Government prosecutors accused Alexander Manuputty, 55, executive chairman of the pro-independence Maluku Sovereignty Front (FKM), and Samuel Waileruny, alias Semi, 45, the FKM's ''judicative'' chairman, of being engaged in separatist activities.