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  • The term “cognition” is taken from the Latin word cognoscere, which means, “to know.”

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  • The term “cognition” is taken from the Latin word cognoscere, which means, “to know.”

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  • The term “cognition” is taken from the Latin word cognoscere, which means, “to know.”

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  • The term “cognition” is taken from the Latin word cognoscere, which means, “to know.”

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  • This is consistent with Wikipedia's definition: "The term cognition Latin: cognoscere, "to know", "to conceptualize" or "to recognize" refers to a faculty for the processing of information, applying knowledge, and changing preferences."

    James A. Shapiro: Living Cells, Complex Systems and the Economy

  • This is consistent with Wikipedia's definition: "The term cognition Latin: cognoscere, "to know", "to conceptualize" or "to recognize" refers to a faculty for the processing of information, applying knowledge, and changing preferences."

    James A. Shapiro: Living Cells, Complex Systems and the Economy

  • In faciae enim cadere est in hac uita suas unumquemque culpas cognoscere easque penitendo deflere.

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  • In faciae enim cadere est in hac uita suas unumquemque culpas cognoscere easque penitendo deflere.

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  • Its portrayal of wretched insanity is implicitly contradicted by Lucretius 'younger contemporary and admirer Virgil, who felt able to write of him in his Georgics, a didactic poem heavily in Lucretius' debt, the celebrated lines (2. 490-2) ˜Happy he who was able to know the causes of things (felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas), and who trampled beneath his feet all fears, inexorable fate, and the roar of devouring hell™.

    Lucretius

  • Quia malum non evitatum nisi cognitum, ideo necesse est cognoscere immundiciem coitus et multa alla quæ docentur in isto libro.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

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