Techne

`Techne` is a term, etymologically derived from the Greek word τέχνη (anc, Ell-Techni.ogg), that is often translated as `craftsmanship`, `craft`, or `art`. Techne is a term in philosophy which resembles epistēmē in the implication of knowledge of principles, although techne differs in that its intent is making or doing as opposed to...
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Techne

(Gr. techne) The set of principles, or rational method, involved in the production of an object or the accomplishment of an end; the knowledge of such principles or method; art. Techne resembles episteme in implying knowledge of principles, but differs in that its aim is making or doing, not disinterested understanding. -- G.R.M.
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Techne

Greek for a true art.
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