The term pre-predicative is introduced in this way:
Yet there is one more thing that should be brought out, to <52> supplement what we have said. We must distinguish the judgment in the broadest sense (something meant as being) and evidence in the broadest sense from pre-predicative judgment and from pre-predicative evidence respectively. Predicative includes pre-predicative evidence.
What does "pre-predicative" mean as in "pre-predicative judgment" and "pre-predicative evidence"?