[ US /ˈɛpɪˌstim/ ]
  1. the body of ideas that determine the knowledge that is intellectually certain at any particular time
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How To Use episteme In A Sentence

  • In classical episteme, the understanding of the same tragedy category is different to some extent because of in different time and space, but they are similar on the whole.
  • There is episteme, which is connected with stasis, as mneme is with meno. Cratylus
  • Furthermore, it was clear to Ruvu people that although aspects of their episteme were rooted in foundational knowledge inherited from earlier ancestors, they were still required to recreate ideologies and temporal sociocultural institutions continuously to satisfy the demands of spirit forces and to meet the needs arising from their temporal contexts. Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE
  • This paper undertakes an analysis of the three cognitive roles of traditional aesthetics, namely, the roles of episteme, metaphysics, and ideology.
  • Herbert aims to agglomerate intellectual movements in various disciplines and show the deep connections that make them part of a single episteme.
  • One gets the sense that he finds the Western episteme constraining, if not suffocating, in its insistence upon the ideological hold and closure of meaning.
  • I real estate mission viejo let you eluate horizontally inexcusably the cowling siemens and what to episteme from the dvd when we get gloomily voluptuously. Rational Review
  • There is no good thing which knowledge does not comprehend -- Mêden estin agathon ho ouk epistêmê periechei + -- a strenuously [84] ascertained knowledge however, painfully adjusted to other forms of knowledge which may seem inconsistent with it, and impenetrably distinct from any kind of complaisant or only half-attentive conjecture. Plato and Platonism
  • O gar arche men o me oide, teleute de kai ta metaxu ex ou me oide sumpeplektai, tis mechane ten toiauten omologian pote epistemen genesthai; Plato Republic. Theaetetus
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