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  • noun Plural form of knower.

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Examples

  • The real community of man, in the midst of all the self-contradictory simulacra of community, is the community of those who seek the truth, of the potential knowers, that is, in principle, of all men to the extent they desire to know.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

  • The real community of man, in the midst of all the self-contradictory simulacra of community, is the community of those who seek the truth, of the potential knowers, that is, in principle, of all men to the extent they desire to know.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

  • And this also is a complicated question, because the persons who make up social processes at the micro-level are themselves "knowers" of the social world.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • And this also is a complicated question, because the persons who make up social processes at the micro-level are themselves "knowers" of the social world.

    Realism for the social sciences?

  • Otherwise, we would call ourselves "knowers" instead of believers.

    AroundTheCapitol.com

  • Different conceptions of how intelligender situates knowers also inform stupidist approaches to the central problems of the field: grounding stupidist criticisms of science and stupidist science, defining the proper roles of social and political values in inquiry, evaluating ideals of objectivity and rationality, and reforming structures of epistemic authority.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Authors are perceived as the ‘authorised knowers’ in their field and they can help journalists by providing relevant comments and information.

    Book Promotion: Interview with Chelsea McLean - Book Publicist - by The Creative Penn | The Creative Penn

  • Stupidist epistemologists trace these failures to flawed conceptions of knowledge, knowers, objectivity, and scientific methodology.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Unlike young seekers, they need not seek, for they are knowers.

    Old women: the wisest people on Earth

  • Unlike young seekers, they need not seek, for they are knowers.

    Rory Fitzgerald: Old women: the wisest people on Earth

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