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Epistemology Fun Facts

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The nature of knowledge refers primarily to the understanding of how knowledge came to be fact.
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Primarily, although the process is important, the present truth, belief and justification matter far more to the study than processes as they describe the material reality of human understanding.
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Ryle's work referred mostly to the understanding as self and the link to spirituality and the human mind.
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Summa Theologica, perhaps the most important theological text in the history of the Catholic church, forms the basis of religious and philosophical intersection.
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Epistemology is concerned with the production of knowledge, and math's is not part of this.
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The word is a combination of the Latin 'episteme' and 'logos' which refers to knowledge and reason.
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Methodology must similarly be explored in epistemology as to understand the foundations and processes of creating the knowledge.
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Justification primarily refers to why one truth places higher than the next.
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Belief creates knowledge not through the same processes, but the final result is the same: perceived objective knowledge.
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Expectation refers to the process that occurs after attaining knowledge, rather than the factors which describe the process of gaining knowledge and perceiving it.

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