Fichte's thetic judgment
A thetic judgment, however, would be one in which something is asserted, not to be like anything else or opposed to anything else, but simply to be identical with itself : thus it could presuppose NO GROUND of conjunction or distinction at all:
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The first and foremost judgment of this type is " I AM, " in which nothing whatever is affirmed of the self, the place of the predicate being left indefinitely empty for its POSSIBLE characterization.
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Hence, for any given thetic judgment, NO ground can be supplied; but the procedure of the human mind in such judgments generally is based on the SELF 's OWN absolute positing of itself.