Meaning of knower in English:


Pronunciation /ˈnəʊə/


See know

‘A reciprocal relationship between the knower and the known, common to all the sciences, is important here.’
  • ‘Solution-focused therapy honors families as knowers of their experience with sufficient resources to define treatment goals and achieve change.’
  • ‘Family members described their role as helpers and knowers of the patient.’
  • ‘Any knowledge that we humans claim must be consistent with our best psychological account of ourselves as knowers.’
  • ‘Humans are agents in the world more fundamentally than they are knowers of the world.’