ANSWERS: 22
  • People with knowledge/experience in the thing being judged. Or a judge. :)
  • Hello! I'm speaking!
  • We all have the right to judge. How well we judge is something down to personal experience. How well our judgment is conceived is a completely different thing all together!
  • No one yet we do.
  • Someone who's in all likeliness a complete bastard.
  • George Bush.
  • I - and only I have that right!!! Tee hee hee and evil laugh!
  • God, and God alone.
  • Nobody... ever!
  • Everyone - doesn't everyone have the right to their opinions?
  • No one has the right to judge another. You never know when you might have to "walk a mile in their shoes".
  • Those who have been elected or appointed to do so by the judicial system or any other organization that has a judiciary board.
  • Whomever has been through the experience put up for judgement. Not one other person should have a right to judge another's experience without having been there.
  • Nobody but God !
  • Only God has the right to Judge anyone. It says so in the bible. Judge not lest ye shall be judged with that same judgement.
  • God - but the rest of us have the RESPONSIBILITY to assess. If you see a hulking big brute of a guy pounding seven different kinds of s--t out of a little old lady - do you pass by murmuring 'Judge not lest thous shalt be judged?"
  • Unless it is a Court of law I do not think any of us on earth have a true right to judge most things. Unless it is pedophiles and child killers.Then with proof we should be judge and jury.
  • The one who created us.
  • Without bringing religion into it? A judge.
  • Everyone has the right to judge. We just don't have the right to punish.
  • God. We don't have the right to judge but we all do it.
  • 1) "right (plural rights) 1. That which complies with justice, law or reason. We're on the side of right in this contest. 2. A legal or moral entitlement. You have no right to talk to me like that! 3. The right side or direction. The pharamcy is just on the right past the bookshop. 4. (Politics) The ensemble of right-wing political parties; political conservatives as a group. The political right holds too much power. " Source: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/right#Noun The question is only using meaning n°2, I think. But we could always ask ourselves is the given entitlement will be legal or moral. 2) "to judge (third-person singular simple present judges, present participle judging, simple past judged, past participle judged) 1. (transitive) To sit in judgment on; to pass sentence on. A higher power will judge you after you are dead. 2. (intransitive) To sit in judgment, to act as judge. Justices in this country judge without appeal. 3. (transitive) To form an opinion on. I judge a man's character by the cut of his suit. 4. (intransitive) To arbitrate; to pass opinion on something, especially to settle a dispute etc. We cannot both be right: you must judge between us. 5. (transitive) To have as an opinion; to consider, suppose. I judged it safe to leave the house once again. 6. (intransitive) To form an opinion; to infer. He judged from the sky that it might rain later. 7. the act of criticizing or labeling another person or thing " Source: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/judge#Verb The answer will be different for the different meanings. (I shall also consider the transitive meanings): 1. A judge is legally entitled. (not always morally). A higher power is entitled. Period. Lynchers are not legally entitled: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynching 2. Same as 1. (only intransitive) 3. Of course. It is your own way of thinking. (but not always moral) 4. You can try to arbitrate, as long as you will be accepted 5. Of course. It is your own judgment 6. Same as 3. (only intransitive) Everyone is entitled to their (own) opinion. 7. Freedom of speech has its limitations (legally and morally) Here some details: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_speech

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