judicative


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judicative

(ˈdʒuːdɪkətɪv)
adj
1. (Law) having the function of trying causes
2. (Law) competent to judge and pass sentence
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On order to select samples among expert for this participation we used judicative purposeful sampling.
Hence we create a fuzzy judicative matrix, present final points of alternatives using fuzzy numbers and obtain the optimum alternative through ranking fuzzy numbers using special algebraic agents.
Such limitation is, nonetheless, detected by a judicative moment virtually present in the elaboration of scientific knowledge which permits discerning reflexively, in general and in every instance, its subjective relativity or objective reference.
an adequation between a judicative statement and the thing itself" ("Signature" 99).
So, 12 experts of auditing were selected by judicative method and had the role of confirmation of virtual audit questionnaire as the Delphi panel in the first phase of this research.
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.