Category:Concepts in epistemology Wikipedia open wikipedia design. Epistemology Philosophy of science Epistemology of science Formal epistemology Social epistemology Epistemologists Epistemology literature Concepts in epistemology Epistemological theories Philosophicalconcepts Aesthetic concepts Epistemological concepts Ethical concepts Logical concepts Metaphysical concepts Social concepts Philosophers Literature Theories Epistemology portal Wikimedia Commons has media related to Concepts in epistemology. The main article for this category is Epistemology. See also: WP:WikiProject Philosophy/Resources Subcategories This category has the following 17 subcategories, out of 17 total. A ► A priori (3 C, 13 P) ► Ambiguity (4 C, 24 P) ► Concepts in ancient Greek epistemology (10 P)B ► Belief (27 C, 68 P)D ► Doubt (1 C, 22 P)E ► Emergence (12 C, 99 P) ► Evidence (4 C, 21 P)I ► Ignorance (7 C, 31 P) ► Inductive reasoning (3 C, 26 P)J ► Justification (11 C, 26 P)K ► Knowledge (34 C, 101 P)P ► Perception (18 C, 224 P) ► Philosophical categories (6 P) ► Propositional attitudes (1 C, 9 P)R ► Razors (philosophy) (16 P)S ► Sources of knowledge (7 C, 21 P)T ► Truth (7 C, 43 P) Pages in category "Concepts in epistemology" The following 106 pages are in this category, out of 106 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). A A priori and a posteriori Acatalepsy Aestheticism Alief (mental state) Allegory of the Cave Analogy of the divided line Analogy of the sun Analytic–synthetic distinction Anthropic principleB Basic limiting principle Binary opposition Brain in a vat Brute factC Cartesian Other Cartesian Self Categorization Causal chain Causality Centered world Closed concept Cogito, ergo sum Cognitive closure (philosophy) Common sense Composition of Causes Condition of possibility Criteria of truthD Daimonic Dianoia Direct experience Distinction (philosophy)E Emergence Empirical relationship Empirical research Endoxa Epistemic closure Epistemic commitment Epistemic Injustice Epistemic virtue Epistemological rupture Eschatological verification Evidence Exclusion principle (philosophy) Existential phenomenology Expectation (epistemic) Experiential knowledge Exploratory thoughtF Fa (concept) Fact Freethought Fusion of horizonsG Gettier problem Grouped eventsH Here is one hand Hume's forkI I know that I know nothing Ignoramus et ignorabimus Ignorance Infallibility Intellectual responsibility Intelligibility (philosophy) IntuitionK KK thesisL Leap of faith LogicM Mimesis Molyneux's problemN No-no paradox NousO Object (philosophy) Objectivity (philosophy) Omphalos hypothesis OverbeliefP Paradox Perception Peripatetic axiom Phantasiai Philosophical analysis Mind in eastern philosophy Philosophy of mind Planck's principle Principle Privileged access Problem of induction Problem of other minds Proof (truth) Propositional attitudeR Rationality Regress argumentS Simulated reality Skeptical regress Speculative reasonT Tabula rasa Telesis Theatre of the Absurd Theory of forms Transparency (philosophy) Transrational Truth Truth by consensus Truth-value linkU Uncertainty Understanding UnobservableV VerisimilitudeW Wax argument World view This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license; additional terms may apply. Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.