epistemology

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the philosophical theory of knowledge

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In Kant's rational gnoseology, Adorno and Horkheimer saw the connection between modernity and administration, and the power of rational--modern bureaucracy to control individuals by the imposition of rules and social norms, which eclipsed the uniqueness and individuality of the subject.
139-45); the "instantaneist" ontology and the gnoseology of the Sautrantikas (pp.
In its substance, the epistemology is part of gnoseology which has as research object the process of knowledge, as it is carried within the sciences in general or the theory of scientific knowledge.
Protagoras' maxim may be considered a basis thesis of the ancient Greek humanism, a diving into the knowledge plan, with a substantial contribution to the birth of gnoseology, a reorientation of the value criteria towards relativism.
1) Gnoseology is the philosophy of knowledge and the human faculties for learning.
De Quincey figures his idea of this different order through rhetorically worked hallucinogenic similitudes, and alludes to it in his awareness of impasse, as that gnoseology contained by hieroglyphic alphabets of "the burden of the Incommunicable," that which is represented by riddling sphinxes as much as by his own sense of alienated knowledge (Masson 3:315).
Among his perspectives are Baraka and the 'Ujaq, ideology from the Rive Nord, messianic positivism and the Maraboutic state, Algerie Francaise and the teleological railroad, ethnicity and the locomotive class, and Islam Progressiste and the gnoseology of state.
One such attitude would be a natural attitude where the human person, as Schutz puts it, makes an philosophical epoche, that is, bracketing (32) all philosophical debates on the gnoseology and ontology of his or her world and simply lives in it.