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OTHER WORDS FROM epistemicep·i·ste·mi·cal·ly, adverb
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Researchers describe this as epistemic curiosity, a need for understanding.Many Kids Ask Fewer Questions When They Start School. Here's How We Can Foster Their Curiosity|Susan Engel|February 23, 2021|Time
Another lesson comes from Hardwig’s original paper on epistemic dependence.
Thirty-five years ago, the philosopher John Hardwig published a paper on what he called “epistemic dependence,” our reliance on others’ knowledge.
Instead, Chris indulged in the MSNBC variant of epistemic closure.
Until then, enjoy this quote that is slightly relevant to an epistemic bubble this blog discusses on occasion.
This absurd epistemic closure likely accounts for why so many Americans are shocked at the President's strong polling numbers.
We no longer joke about "epistemic closure," but that does not mean the phenomenon has ceased to govern the conservative mind.