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  • n. A person, especially a philosopher, who studies theory of knowledge.

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  • n. a specialist in epistemology

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Examples

  • At some point Mike Skinner – the most important British act of the last decade – went from lager-soaked teller of nightclub tale to a sweet-eyed, hungover-looking Nassim Nicholas Tassib-like pop epistemologist.

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  • Kant is really two philosophers: (1) the epistemologist of The Critique of

    Introducing Kant

  • The epistemologist, Gregory Bateson, once characterized the inadequacies of Logic as a language for describing natural systems by using simple logic to describe a thermostat.

    The Pragdealist Alternative: A Declaration of Independence

  • I owe the title and concept of today's article to the brilliant trader-philosopher - epistemologist, Nicholas Taleb.

    Taking Flight with Black Swans - Jaffer Ali - MediaBizBlogger

  • Perhaps the epistemologist will need to have something special to say about occurrent memory beliefs, but our main topic will be more general than that.

    Epistemological Problems of Memory

  • So understood, Socrates was a moralist but (unlike Plato) not a metaphysician or epistemologist or cosmologist.

    Plato

  • Hence, a genetic epistemologist is a person who investigates the evolution of the structure of knowledge in the minds of young people!

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • What I wrote in 1991:Piaget was not an educational psychologist but a genetic epistemologist.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • When an epistemologist seeks a definition of “knowledge,” she is not seeking a good way of teaching young children the word ˜know™.

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  • The claim that Socrates was not a metaphysician or epistemologist is particularly hard to evaluate, for we have basically only Plato's dialogues as evidence.

    Plato's Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology

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