Judging propositions where the subject is an essence, and the predicate is existence. Alongside a discussion on contingency, and how existences can be classified.
Nomic judgements are ones where the proposition is judged according to normalcy. Its categories are three: nomic necessity, impossibility, and possibility.
Rational judgements are ones where propositions are judged according to the law of identity. Its categories are three: rational necessity, impossibility, and possibility.
In this article, we investigate the standards used to correctly judge propositions
A brief introduction to propositions and their composition. Leading on to introducing the second most fundamental law of logic: the law of non-contradiction.