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Judgment is the presuming things to be so without perceiving it.
      §4. Thus the Mind has two Faculties, conversant about Truth
and Falshood.
      First, Knowledge, whereby it certainly perceives, and is undoubtedly
satisfied of the Agreement or Disagreement of any Ideas.
      Secondly, Judgment, which is the putting Ideas together, or
separating them from one another in the Mind, when their certain
Agreement or Disagreement is not perceived, but presumed to be so;
which is, as the Word imports, taken to be so before it certainly
appears. And if it so unites, or separates them, as in Reality Things
are, it is right Judgment.
Locke Hum IV, 14, §4, p. 653