Cognoscibility

Cog`nos`ci`bil´i`ty


n.1.The quality of being cognoscible.
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However, affectivity is not excluded from cognoscibility. The development of intelligence is inseparable from the world of affectivity--i.e., of curiosity, of passion, which in turn are the thrust of research for new knowledge.
109-17, at 8 (2006) (noting the inclusion of a fork-in-the-road provision in the U.S.-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 ...
(27) In an age that has begun to relativize the fabric of the rationalist universe, the Mandelbrot set comes as a further challenge to that shrinking model, for it actually questions the possibility of quantification, of finiteness, and therefore of cognoscibility; in effect, it consecrates 'mystery' at the heart of the rationalist world.
Doyle, "`Extrinsic Cognoscibility': A Seventeenth Century Supertranscendental Notion," The Modern Schoolman 68 (1990): 57-80.
Doyle, "Extrinsic Cognoscibility': A Seventeenth Century Supertranscendental Notion," The Modern Schoolman 68 (November 1990): 57-80.
Doyle, "'Extrinsic Cognoscibility': A Seventeenth Century Supertranscendental Notion," The Modern Schoolman 68 (1990): 57-80, esp.
From the economic position democracy is a form of relativism, and being a democrat means not believing in the existence or cognoscibility of truth.