Definition of Epistemic logic

1. Noun. The modal logic of knowledge and uncertainty and ignorance.

Generic synonyms: Modal Logic



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Literary usage of Epistemic logic

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1. Shifting Understandings Of Skills In South Africa: Overcoming The Historical by Simon A. McGrath, Human Sciences Research Council (2004)
"epistemic logic refers to requirements for teaching and learning posed by the ... In the first section the epistemic logic of knowledge and skill at the ..."

2. The Concept of Knowledge by Panayot Butchvarov (1970)
"... discourse” (Jaako Hintikka, “epistemic logic and the Methods of Philosophical Analysis,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, XLVI [May, 2968], 43). ..."

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