epistemic

[adj] - of or relating to epistemology
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Epistemic

Epistemic: Cognitive. Pertaining to cognition, the process of knowing and, more precisely, the process of being aware, knowing, thinking, learning and judging. From the Greek words episteme (knowledge) and epistanai (to know or understand).
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epistemic

epistemological adjective of or relating to epistemology; `epistemic modal`
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epistemic

'Of, relating to; or involving knowledge or the act of knowing.' An economic theory might take aspects of human understanding or belief as fundamental to economic processes or outcomes. Source: American Heritage Dictionary, 1982, p 460 Contexts: micro theory; philosophy
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Epistemic

(Gr. episteme, knowledge) Relating to knowledge. See Epistemological object. -- L.W.
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