cognise


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Synonyms for cognise

be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information

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The former cognises all objects roughly and, as that in which seeds of karmic instinct are planted, is the foundation for all cognitions.
Be it perception, inference or any other method, whenever we cognise objects we do so in terms of names.
In this paper, I shall make a case for the politics of representation as an essential preliminary step towards a theory as to how human agents come to cognise the external world.
But when you see them playing and you rer cognise how young they are, you try to fit them into the system.