(of a statement) stating a fact, as opposed to expressing an evaluative judgment
(obsolete) judging what is rather than what may or must be
The expression of actuality in the assertoric judgment involves no adverbial modification of the predicate.
A Commentary to Kant’s ‘Critique of Pure Reason’ Norman Kemp Smith
stated positively; affirmative: an assertory proposition.
plural of 1 . plural of 2 . a long-eared, slow, patient, sure-footed domesticated mammal, Equus asinus, related to the horse, used chiefly as a beast of burden. any wild species of the genus Equus, as the onager. a stupid, foolish, or stubborn person. . a copper coin and early monetary unit of ancient Rome, […]
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to estimate officially the value of (property, income, etc.) as a basis for taxation. to fix or determine the amount of (damages, a tax, a fine, etc.): The hurricane damage was assessed at six million dollars. to impose a tax or other charge on. to estimate or judge the value, character, etc., of; evaluate: to […]