[ US /ɛˌpɪstəmɑˈɫɑˌdʒikəɫ/ ]
of or relating to epistemology
How To Use epistemological In A Sentence
- In taking the nationalistic, idealized and ancient form of the epic and combining it with a narrative of mercantile discovery, Camões embodies early modern epistemological anxiety.
- Some of the goals of a non-epistemology are as follows: to free up the use of epistemological discourses; to refuse to submit them to the directions for use imposed by the putative synthesis of its objects; to transform the amphibolies of epistemology into particular objects without merely overturning oppositions.
- Exactly; it all seems to come down to semantics to me, which isn't a compelling argument for existence or non-existence, and therefore epistemologically interesting, but useless in practice. Against Darwinism
- I understand imagination, no doubt a complex epistemological process, to be the capacity to entertain images of meaning and reality that are beyond the givens of observable experience.
- The epistemological ideals of clarity, detachment and objectivity have silenced nature's voice.
- Regardless, epistemologically, belief needs a king and a soldier. Paul Pardi: Protesting Protestantism: Why Religion Must Continue To Change
- Epistemologically speaking, all of these concepts are derived from, or associated with, systems theories in general and, more specifically, with theories of self-organizing ecological systems.
- The dislodging of epistemology from its old status of first philosophy loosed a wave, we saw, of epistemological nihilism.
- Lyell's system was, therefore, to exemplify an epistemological analogy.
- From this standpoint the subject of a document is defined as the epistemological potentials of that document. Article: The concept of “subject” in Information Science « ResourceShelf