The term judgment , which comes from Latin iudicium, has various uses. It is, for example, the faculty of the soul that allows to distinguish between good and evil or between true and false. The judgment is, on the other hand, a opinion , a opinion or a seem .
The trial consists of a subject (the concept of the object of trial), a predicate (the concept that applies to the subject) and the copulation (what is stable if the thought is proper or not of the object of the trial).
"The human being is superb" it is an example of judgment where "human being" is the subject "superb" is the predicate and "is" It is the intercourse.
"In my opinion, you are acting the wrong way", on the other hand, shows how the term can be used in a sentence.
Judgment is also the state from sound reason that opposes the madness or to delirium: “It seems that your father had lost his mind; in no way can we meet your demands ”, "The president is a man of judgment, who does not make decisions lightly".
The trial is also linked to the Justice since it is a legal controversy between parties that are submitted to a court. The trial assumes that there is a substantiation of rights or interests that are contrary to what is defended by the opposing party: “I will judge all the journalists who slandered me”, “My brother started a lawsuit against the company that fired him without cause and did not pay the corresponding compensation”, "The trial ended with the conviction of all defendants".
The human being imposed its own rules above those of the rest of living beings, injuring without being hurt, demanding without accepting demands. But our most outstanding and painful feature is not the damage we cause to other species, but to ourselves. Below are some examples of trials in which the defendants were sentenced despite their innocence:
Socrates: the Athens of its time still suffered the consequences of the confrontation with the Spartans, which led the people to doubt the benefits of the democracy. But Socrates insisted that there was no better system, and he did not hesitate to oppose his government to express his ideas. This led him to be put to death for poisoning;
Jesus Christ: his self proclamation as a son of God was just one step on the path that would lead him to become one of the controversies greatest in the history of religion. His numerous miracles, his statements and his teachings based on metaphors and acts of faith are not far from a show of illusionism today, and no magician is hung on a cross and brutally murdered;
witches of Salem: the alleged witches were women accused by citizens of performing various satanic practices, but history tells us that the judges never demanded that they submit to organized processes of investigation, but they relied on rumors to send them to a horrible death. This took place at the end of the 17th century in the former province of Massachusetts Bay in the United States;
Jan Hus: He was a student of religion and philosophy born in the Czech Republic in the second half of the fourteenth century, who worked as a professor at the Carolina University of Prague. After being ordained a priest, he took advantage of his position to criticize the various acts corrupt of the Church, such as excessive enrichment and persecutions of the infidels. His goal was to become an institution absolutely detached from materialism, to lead by example. Hus encouraged his followers to ignore the words of his colleagues, ensuring that they were not reliable people; He even said that the pope was Antichrist himself. He defended his convictions until the end, and for that reason he was condemned to die at the stake.