Definición de epistemic en inglés:

epistemic

Saltos de línea: epi|stem¦ic
Pronunciación: /ˌɛpɪˈstiːmɪk
 
, -ˈstɛm-/

adjetivo

  • Relating to knowledge or to the degree of its validation.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Indeed, many such philosophers are not concerned with the analysis of any ordinary concept of knowledge or of epistemic justification.
    • This allows them to accord individuals a degree of epistemic privilege with respect to their own inner goings-on.
    • On one kind of interpretation, Descartes relaxes his epistemic standards in the Sixth Meditation.

Derivativos

epistemically

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Only with such a goal in the background does the two-step process of employing historical materialism to establish an epistemically and normatively independent stance make sense.
  • In this regard, Augustine's illuminationism is a worthy contender among more familiar attempts to make intellectual cognition epistemically secure and reliable.
  • An interesting task for social epistemology is to identify the types of collaboration that would be optimal in terms of some epistemically relevant measure.

Origen

1920s: from Greek epistēmē 'knowledge' (see epistemology) + -ic.

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