Judgement takes on distinctive forms between the content of its character and the character of its content. There is a correlate of each and, through each, a “presentation” of what becomes judged through the experience. The judgement experienced takes into account that notion which led to the judgement itself, or its content. It becomes a form of characterization of a passing judgement, one in which the character of what is “presented” is experienced. Judgement passes as formalized and has within the character of its content a true presentation and a foundation for logic which does not leave out possibilities but conditions them as predicates of what is found in the judgement. The incidental judgement considers what lies beyond the field of perception and concerns itself with the potential of all content.
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