Cognoscibility

Cog`nos`ci`bil´i`ty


n.1.The quality of being cognoscible.
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Uruguay BIT to account (far the cognoscibility of BIT claims in Uruguayan courts).
If no registration number is visible and no other indicator [of nationality] can be discerned, the cognoscibility is already demonstrably insufficient, and interference will then often be justifiable .
From the economic position democracy is a form of relativism, and being a democrat means not believing in the existence or cognoscibility of truth.