epistemologist
noun see epistemology

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Diderik Batens — (born 1944) is a Belgian logician and epistemologist at the University of Ghent, known chiefly for his work on adaptive and paraconsistent logics. His epistemological views may be broadly characterized as fallibilist. External links Official page …   Wikipedia

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