Current theoretical account of judgment have a difficult time saying anything positive about the experience of judging and, when they do offer positive accounts, they seem to overlook much that we know about the capacity already in our daily lives. Following the work of Martin Heidegger and Hubert Dreyfus, this essay provides a phenomenological consideration of the structure of judging that considers judgment not as an intellectual act, but as comportment.
The paper proceeds in two parts.
The first offers a brief consideration of the assumptions of intellectualist accounts and shows why, ultimately, they may be unable to bring judging into focus. The second section offers a phenomenological account of judging. The argument of section two that deliberate judgment the subject of intellectualist accounts is a continuation of the structure of judgment understood as comportment and, in turn, that intellectualist accounts come onto the scene too late.
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