Does 'philosophical judgment' exist? I studied philosophy at undergrad, and I think I learnt how to judge an argument, not simply as sound or cogent, but "interesting", which arguments are better refuted. Do philosophers talk about this or is it just a basic pedagogical idea?
If the latter, then what does it amount to, simple verbal comprehension coupled with an ability to tell the truth about your intuitions?
If the former, what can I read about it?