Epistemic

  • (adj): Of or relating to epistemology.
    Example: "Epistemic modal"
    Synonyms: epistemological

Some articles on epistemic:

Linguistic Modality - Modal Categories - Epistemic Vs. Deontic Modality
... Epistemic modals are used to indicate the possibility or necessity of some piece of knowledge ... In the epistemic use, modals can be interpreted as indicating inference or some other process of reasoning involved in coming to the conclusion stated in the sentence containing the modal ... However, epistemic modals do not necessarily require inference, reasoning, or evidence ...
Epistemic Community (international Relations) - Impact
... Epistemic communities became institutionalized in the short term because of change into the policy-making process and to persuade others that their approach ... There are a myriad of examples of the impact that epistemic communities have had on public policy ... Epistemic communities brought attention to chlorofluorocarbons and their polluting consequences ...
Modal Operator - Modality Interpreted - Epistemic
... Epistemic modal operators (K-operators) reflect the level of knowledge, ignorance and belief in the possible world ...
Epistemic Community (international Relations) - Role in International Relations
... Epistemic communities influence policy by providing knowledge to policy makers ... Uncertainty plays a large role in an epistemic community's influence, because they hold the knowledge that policy makers need to create the wanted outcomes in policy ... An epistemic community’s scope of cooperation is directly linked to the comprehensiveness of their beliefs ...
Epistemic Conservatism
... Epistemic conservatism is a view in epistemology about the structure of reasons or justification for belief ... While there are various forms, epistemic conservatism is generally the view that a person's believing some claim is a reason in support of the claim, at least ... Others formulate epistemic conservatism as the view that one is, to some degree, justified in believing something simply because one believes it ...