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Definition of Cognizer
1. one that cognizes [n -S] - See also: cognizes
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Literary usage of Cognizer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Mândûkyopanishad: With Gaudapâda's Kârikâs and the Bhâshya of S'ankara by Manilal Nabhubhai Dvivedi, Gauḍapāda Ācārya, Śaṅkarācārya (1894)
"That which is supposed to transcend the limits of experience in dream, is not an absolute reality in itself, but is only a condition of time cognizer ..."
2. A Rational Refutation of the Hindu Philosophical Systems by Nehemiah Nīlakaṇṭha Gore (1862)
"I ask you, why you call the cognizer of objects unintelligent? Why not intelligent?" "What!" y6u reply, "can the internal organ be intelligent? ..."
3. Endocrine Evaluation by Ian Ramsey, Anna Tebb (2006)
"The cognizer is the person who conies up with or conceptualizes the Invention. 2. ... The Invention is the intellectual creation of the cognizer. 4. ..."
4. The Soliloquies of St. Augustine by Augustine, Rose Elizabeth Cleveland (1910)
"It next transpires that, without a cognizer, nothing can be true, and I am menaced with shipwreck upon those hidden reefs, which are true reefs, ..."
5. The Meaning of Truth: A Sequel to "Pragmatism," by William James (1909)
"... 1 The ultimate object or terminus of a cognitive process ,may in certain instances lie beyond the direct experience of the particular cognizer, but it, ..."