Some articles on analytical, judgments, analytical judgments, analytical judgment:
... On the distinction between analytical and synthetical judgments in general Analytical judgments are explicative ... Synthetical judgments are expansive ... The common principle of all analytical judgments is the law of contradiction The predicate of an affirmative analytical judgment is already contained in the concept of the subject, of which it cannot be denied ...
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