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  • noun The nomological science of the cognitive faculties in general. Also called gnostology.

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  • noun The scientific or philosophical study of knowledge


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From gnosis +‎ -logy.


  • If this principle is not provable, there are no incontrovertible propositions and the goal of gnoseology will not be reached.

    Joane Petrizi

  • Regardless of the fact that MDT theory will be accepted or not, a symbolic model which covers the basic hardware function of the brain will produce this total revolution in all the sciences associated with the brain, including psychology, psychiatry, gnoseology, epistemology, many parts of social sciences and so on.

    The Brain, A Decoded Enigma

  • The Method or Logic of history followed the Philosophy of history; a gnoseology of the conceptions which are employed in the natural sciences succeeded natural philosophy.

    Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

  • It easily rejected both ontology and gnoseology, replacing the variability of cognition by the so called theory of reflection, according to which, on a certain level of thinking, all concepts engulf reality.

    Eurozine articles


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