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The main article for this category is Epistemology.

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Ambiguity

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A priori and a posteriori

Acatalepsy

Alief (belief)

Allegory of the Cave

Analogy of the Divided Line

Analogy of the Sun

Analytic–synthetic distinction

Anamnesis (philosophy)

Basic limiting principle

Brain in a vat

Cartesian Other

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Episteme

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Epoché

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Exclusion principle (philosophy)

Existential phenomenology

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Here is one hand

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I know that I know nothing

Ignoramus et ignorabimus

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Intuition (psychology)

KK thesis

Katalepsis

Knowledge

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Molyneux's problem

Object (philosophy)

Objectivity (philosophy)

Omphalos hypothesis

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Perception

Peripatetic axiom

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Planck's principle

Problem of induction

Problem of other minds

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Propositional attitude

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Simulated reality

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Speculative reason

Subject–object problem

Tabula rasa

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Truth-value link

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