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How to use "judgement", "view", "thinking"? I think they could be used in the senses of:

"according to some standards"
and,
"while having that kind of thought"

I made up some examples to test out my conjecture:

1 In his judgement, the plan is poorly designed.
2 In his view, the plan is poorly designed.
3 In his thinking, the plan is poorly designed.
4 In conventional judgement, the plan is poorly designed.
5 In conventional view, the plan is poorly designed.
6 In conventional thinking, the plan is poorly designed.
7 The action was taken in good judgement.
8 The action was taken in good view.
9 The action was taken in good thinking.

In which sentences should the "according to..." sense apply?
In which sentences should the "while having ..." sense apply?
Which sentences are just plain wrong?
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