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Question 1:
Which of the following titles did Epistemology have?
Royal Navy Receiving Ship in Hong Kong
Articles related to epistemology
Kehoe
Member for Parramatta

Question 2: At the heart of this area of study is ________, with many approaches involved trying to disprove some particular form of it.
SkepticismReductionismWillard Van Orman QuineEmpiricism

Question 3: It originated in sociology under the term "________" and has been given the name "constructivism" when referring to philosophical epistemology, though "constructionism" and "constructivism" are often used interchangeably.
PositivismTalcott ParsonsCritical theorySocial constructionism

Question 4: [citation needed] Constructivism has also emerged in the field of ________, where the writings of Alexander Wendt are popular.
International relationsFederalismIdeologyPolitical philosophy

Question 5: Issues concerning epistemic distinctions such as that between experience and ________ as means of creating knowledge.
CausalityDeterminismImmanuel KantA priori and a posteriori

Question 6: Epistemology (from Greek ἐπιστήμη - episteme-, "knowledge, science" + λόγος, "logos") or theory of knowledge is the branch of philosophy concerned with the nature and scope (limitations) of ________.
KnowledgeTruthEmpiricismCausality

Question 7: ________ of economics (in the form of praxeology, the discovery of economic laws valid for all human action)
Friedrich von HayekLudwig von MisesLew RockwellAustrian School

Question 8: While he has seen one, and the perception he based his belief on was of a real barn, all the other ________-like buildings he saw were façades.
HouseBarnKitchenRoof

Question 9: The American philosopher W. V. O. Quine, in his "________," famously challenged the distinction, arguing that the two have a blurry boundary.
Logical positivismTwo Dogmas of EmpiricismWillard Van Orman QuineHilary Putnam

Question 10: In his book Knowledge and its Limits, Williamson argues that the concept of knowledge cannot be analyzed into a set of other concepts—instead, it is ________.
Sui generisLawyerCommon lawLaw







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