Judging is a related term of perspicacious.
In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between judging and perspicacious
is that judging
is (obsolete) while perspicacious
is (obsolete) able to physically see clearly; quick-sighted; sharp-sighted.
As a verb judging
As a noun judging
is the act of making a judgment.
As an adjective perspicacious is
(figuratively) of acute discernment; having keen insight; mentally perceptive.
The act of making a judgment.
* 2004 , Dale Jacquette, The Cambridge Companion to Brentano (page 75)
- It is the contrasts between blind and self-evident judgings and between blind and correct affective attitudes which provide Brentano with the beginnings of an account of the dynamics of the mind which involves more than merely causal claims.
(figuratively) Of acute discernment; having keen insight; mentally perceptive.
(obsolete) Able to physically see clearly; quick-sighted; sharp-sighted.