Definition of epistemologically in English:

epistemologically

adverb

Philosophy

See epistemological

  • ‘Colors are important epistemologically as natural signs or indicators for the identification and re-identification of physical objects.’
  • ‘Certain beliefs are epistemologically basic because they are intrinsically credible or self-evidencing.’
  • ‘These preoccupations reflect epistemologically grounded beliefs about what constitutes acceptable knowledge.’
  • ‘A person who, in a dream, ostensibly sees a man pointing a revolver at him is having an epistemologically intentional experience, although there is no ontological object.’
  • ‘He proposed that linguistic knowledge was epistemologically justified by its formal simplicity.’

Pronunciation

epistemologically

/-məˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)li/