epistemology : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i pi stuh mo luh jee

  • n  the philosophical theory of knowledge

  • His real interest was epistemology the theory of knowledge which, like physics, was considered a branch of philosophy until Piaget came along and made it a science.
  • If epistemology is already infested with semi-truths or fakes, just tell me what is real and factual, especially from the global media.
  • I questioned his epistemology, at which point he called me a "stupid liberal kike," which caused the switchboard guy to hang up on him.
News & Articles

  • Five Best Monday Columns
    Erik Wemple on Glenn Greenwald's journalism, Evgeny Morozov on the epistemology of big data, Massimo Calabresi on the legal status of Edward Snowden, Heather Havrilesky on Don Draper's self-knowledge, and Enrique Acevedo on protecting the U.S. border.        
    June 24, 2013 - The Atlantic Wire

  • Cass Sunstein in Swans
    An abstract for a paper Prof. Sunstein wrote includes this: "Because those who hold conspiracy theories typically suffer from a crippled epistemology, in accordance with which it is rational to hold such theories, the best response consists in...
  • Greg L Bahnsen in Opinion Editorials
    Greg L. Bahnsen tells us that worldviews are networks of metaphysical presuppositions and principles "regarding reality (metaphysics), knowing (epistemology), and conduct (ethics) in terms of which every element of human experience is related and...

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