Sentence Examples

  • The paradox of the theory of judgment is due to the ideal of identity, and the way in which this is evaded by supplementation to produce a non-judgmental identity, followed by translation of the introduced accessories with conditions in the hypothetical judgment, is thoroughly in Herbart's manner.
  • Again, hugely judgmental if the book fails the test; but Elucidatory if the book is allowed to dictate its own esthetics.
  • In our reading today we hear how Paul became judgmental of a young man named John Mark.
  • It's something I'm not very judgmental about, at all.
  • Love is gladdened by goodness and always slow to expose and eager to believe the best but we are often judgmental.

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