The Propositionally Complex Judgment-Forms>
We now have to move on to a new area of the theory of forms, namely, in keeping with my plan, to propositionally complex judgment-forms. We can formulate the question here: How, in which forms, can a judgment come out of several propositions? Or, for the sake of simplicity, in which forms can a new proposition and a judgment be formed out of several propositions? We can distinguish between two cases here. Either both propositions are intrinsically related to one another in terms of their meaning-content, they have some component in common, or, they are propositions that are separate from one another.