from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Moment of theoretical suspension of all action.
- n. Moment of theoretical suspension of disbelief.
In general, as a remedy for the so common worldview that scientism and its arrogations encompass, with such facility, the categories of aporia and the epoche are supremely fitting, as nicely summarized here.
Although "Husserl never discovered the existence of pre-reflective self-awareness" his notion of phenomenological reduction or epoche coincides with accessing the pashyanti vak postulate.
Each epoche, each culture spent time for various hair style art.
With epoche or suspension of judgment, came the desired ataraxia or tranquillity.
Academy by Arcesilaus and Carneades in the third century B.C. They taught the necessity of epoche, suspended judgment, in all questions of truth, and would allow nothing more than the consent of probability.
Adiaphorism, and Indifferentism (_academica epoche, _ toleration of error).
apcampbell under the influence of epoche conference will coincide with the 7th joint conference of the Pan Asian Consortium (PCA) and the 6th Asian Youth Forum (AYF), which should lend a greater international feel to the event.