Definition of Prejudgments

1. Noun. (plural of prejudgment) ¹

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Definition of Prejudgments

1. prejudgment [n] - See also: prejudgment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prejudgments

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Literary usage of Prejudgments

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1. The Unexpurgated Case Against Woman Suffrage by Almroth Wright (1913)
"to propose to abandon the system of guiding ourselves by prejudgments; and unfavourable prejudgments, or prejudices, are logically as well ..."

2. What Can I Know?: An Inquiry Into Truth, Its Nature, the Means of Its by George Trumbull Ladd (1914)
"But in none of the fields of knowledge just mentioned can any fixed rules be given to determine for every man what of his prejudgments may reasonably stand ..."

3. A Problem in New Testament Criticism by Melancthon Williams Jacobus (1900)
"... while not right, was a great advance upon what had been in service before. Though they came to the Books with prejudgmentsprejudgments so ..."

4. New Essays Concerning Human Understanding by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1916)
"There are other similar prejudgments by which men would very easily exempt ... Thus there was reason for making known the legitimate prejudgments both on ..."

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