Judgment (disambiguation)


Judgment (disambiguation)

A judgment is a balanced weighing up of evidence to form a decision or opinion.

Judgment or judgement may also refer to:

* A legal judgment, a formal decision made by a court following a lawsuit.
* A value judgment, a determination of something's worth or goodness, based upon a particular set of values or point of view.

In music:

* "Judgement" (album), an album by British rock band Anathema
* Judgement Records, a record label
* "The Judgment" (song), a song by Solomon Burke from the 2002 album "Don't Give Up On Me"
* "Judgement" (VNV Nation album), an album by VNV Nation.

In film and television:

* "Judgment" ("Angel"), episode 1 of season 2 of the television show "Angel"
* "Judgment" ("Enterprise"), a second season episode of the television show "Star Trek: Enterprise"
* "The Judgment" (film) ( _th. ไอ้ฟัก, "Ai-Fak"), a 2004 Thai film
* Judgment (film), a 1990 film directed by Tom ToporIn other fields:

* Judgement (Tarot card), a Major Arcana card in the Tarot
* Judgment (Guilty Gear), a character in the Guilty Gear fighting game series
* Judgement, a character in the "Battle Arena Toshinden" video game series
* , an expansion to the "Magic: The Gathering" collectible card game
* "The Judgment", a short story by Franz Kafka concerning a conflicted conversation between a father and son
* In the logical theory of natural deduction, a judgment is something that is knowable, i.e. an object of knowledge. In fact, Judgment (mathematical logic) is a concept that is defined (and exploited) in the various deduction systems differently.
* Judgement, another name for Oh Hell, especially in India

ee also

* Judgement Rocks
* Judgment Day (disambiguation)

In law:
* Confession of judgment, a clause in a contract in which one party waives defenses against the other party
* Consent judgment, a final, binding judgment in a case in which both parties agree, by stipulation, to a particular outcome
* Declaratory judgment, a judgment of a court in a civil case which declares the rights, duties, or obligations of each party in a dispute
* Default judgment, a binding judgment in favor of the plaintiff when the defendant has not responded to a summons
* Summary judgment, a legal term which means that a court has made a determination without a full trial
* Vacated judgment, the result of the judgment of an appellate court which overturns, reverses, or sets aside the judgment of a lower court

In Christianity:

* Divine Judgment, the judgment of God
* General judgment, the Christian theological concept of a judgment of the souls of the dead by nation and as a whole
* Investigative judgment, a unique Seventh-day Adventist doctrine
* Last Judgment, the ethical-judicial trial, judgment, and punishment/reward of all individual humans by a divine tribunal at the end of time
* Particular judgment, a doctrine in Christian eschatology
* Pre-advent judgment, a belief that the final judgment will occur before the Second Coming of Jesus


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