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Here we move beyond Socratic not-knowing into something more epistemologically chaotic, and find that knowing and not-knowing are always bound up together in ways that we cannot fully grasp.
Factual information about him is simply unavailable, but his role is epistemologically essential.
I argue that black philosophy performs its function of sentinel of an epistemologically addicted philosophy of religion by demanding that the philosophy of religion make the word (Logos) flesh (sarx).
Davison's mode of argumentation is cautious, clear, and epistemologically modest.
This is because if the WO distinction were integrated into scientific methodology, it would undercut the need for an evolutionary explanatory system; yet if the [PSI]/[PHI] distinction is jettisoned, then the evolutionary hypothesis is left unable to explain perhaps the most epistemologically basic aspects of scientific reality (self-awareness and rationality).
Australian scholars propose an approach to representational work in school science learning and teaching that engages participants, is epistemologically sound, aligns with knowledge-building practices in the discipline, and draws on extensive classroom study.
It should be evident that social trauma and individual trauma are epistemologically distinct phenomena, linked only through the metaphorical or metonymical association of the former to the latter.
To think in this critically spatial way, both ontologically and epistemologically, means to encode space with a certain meaning.
6) Although hinting that Thompson had allowed chauvinism rather than evidence to drive his interpretations, Hirst's main argument was that Thompson was epistemologically impoverished by underestimating the extent to which his particular historical materialist understanding of history was derived from a theoretical understanding of the process of history itself.
The book's third messageis therefore both methodologically useful and epistemologically controversial: causal arguments do not only depend on measuring causal effects and determining the strength of correlations between variables, but also on the identification of pathways between inputs and outputs.
We thus have the Lord making the world with the five elements, rather than the epistemologically incorrect case of their being caused to create the world.
In addition, Dean Drake is not theoretically based or epistemologically trained in the discipline of African-American Studies.
In other words, how, from the theoretical context, do we "distance ourselves" from our practice and how to do we become epistemologically curious in order to then understand our practice in its reason for being?
She calls us to look to what is epistemologically ignored and neglected in history and theology, and to critically reflect on the conditions that created these limits.
But to think that some form of compromise must be the solution is epistemologically arbitrary.