gnoseology


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gnosiology, gnoseology

the philosophy of knowledge and the human faculties for learning, Also called gnostology. — gnosiological, gnoseological, adj.
See also: Knowledge
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gnoséologie
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Vestals are goddesses of the new knowledge because theirs is "a more concrete gnoseology, a subtler one and more faithful to the state of things than the myth of the Greek cave" with its "Platonic cinema" (pp.
In the remainder of this 29 30 second chapter, Driesch goes into many further details of meta-psychology (philosophy of psychology, philosophy of mind, epistemology, gnoseology, and the like) which leads him eventually--partly on the basis of literature citations, partly by phenomenological 'introspection'--to the following quasi-definition: "Gazing I see that my Self, in its discontinuous There-Being, has a continuous foundation within the continuous time, and this is what I call my soul".
Keywords: Divine attributes, analogy, gnoseology, Inter-religious encounter.
It does not truly go as far as a realist gnoseology can.
1) Border gnosis is "knowledge from a subaltern perspective"; it is "knowledge conceived from the exterior borders of the modern/colonial world system, and border gnoseology as a discourse about colonial knowledge is conceived at the conflictive intersection of the knowledge produced from the perspective of modern colonialisms (rhetoric, philosophy, science) and knowledge produced from the perspective of colonial modernities in Asia, Africa, and the Americas/Caribbean" (Mignolo, Local 11).
In this article, gnoseology represents the intermediary factor, because the specific term that has been reached is the result of a knowledge process of the reality brought forward.
Alejandro Llano, Gnoseology (Manila: Sinag-Tala Publishing, 2001), 74.