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Mistaken Judgements

mistaken Judgements

influence voters to vote accordingly. Should such a situation be repeated indefinitely into the future I believe the referendum as a method of consulting with or seeking approval from the people on proposals put under Article 47 of the Constitution would be unreliable and even dangerous. On the whole, I think that the evidence of Mr Wilcox, on behalf of the defendants, is the more likely to be right-namely, that the way in which Argentine hare skins are bought and sold is generally per piece. A friend of mine once told me that next to every truth stands a lie, that one person's ceiling is another's floor, and that to follow a truth is like walking a razor's edge - it's easy to fall off in error. It is hoped now that its acceptance in a fresh referendum will remedy this. There's no rightness or wrongness presented. O'Higgins was chief justice from 1974 to 1985. It depends on whether there are moral facts or not.

Can one be mistaken when making an ethical judgement? What is mistake in judgment? Mistaken - definition of mistaken by The Free Dictionary

If there are then yes you can be mistaken. I am not clear as to why, having taken the view that in this the Government's action breached a constitutional right, such an inquiry was necessary. Even allowing that the market was bound to fall a little, I find it difficult to believe that anyone could receive an offer for a large quantity of Argentine hares at a price so low as 3d per piece without having the gravest doubts. "What's the difference between judgment and evaluation? Mr Caytan, who was called before me, apparently entered into an arrangement with him on that same day, 23 November, to buy Argentine winter hares at 11d per lb, so that the price, if there had been a contract at 10d per lb, has risen. You then might want to ask yourself which process, evaluating or judging, sets you free and allows you to create more of what you want in your life. What should/shouldn't the people you judge do? I am satisfied, however, from the evidence given to me, that the plaintiff must have realised, and did in fact know, that a mistake had occurred. I cannot help thinking that, when this"tion in pence per pound reached Mr Hartog, the plaintiff, he must have realised, and that Mr Caytan, too, must have realised, that there was a mistake. What do you want? That is shown by the discussions which took place between the parties in this country, and by the correspondence. Notice all the assumptions?

Obviously if there are objective moral truths then any judgments that fail to align with those truths will be false.
Definition of mistake in judgment: Clerical or typographical mistake in recording a court order or judgment.
It is corrected by the court in which it occurs.
In American English, judgement is generally considered a misspelling of judgment.