Knowledge
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1. something considered to be true, but which has not been proven credibility
2. gather data, then arrive at conclusions based on that data; create a hypothesis, then test that hypothesis hearsay
3. something that someone else states to be true, but which you yourself don't know to be true belief
4. an explanation for a set of facts skepticism
5. the unwillingness to automatically accept that something is true logic
6. the study and technique of classification open-mindedness
7. the study of how we know what we know hypothesis
8. the amount of trust a person places in a source of hearsay scientific methods
9. something known by evidence or by logic to be true taxonomy
10. an educated guess, the truth of which is usually intended to be tested fact
11. the willingness to consider new ideas rhetoric
12. the study and practice of persuasion epistemology
13. the study of reasoning theory



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