Epistemology (Google definition)
A Google-generated definition of epistemology.
In terminology, epistemology (TR:33), from the Greek episteme (knowledge) + -logy (doctrine; theory; science), is the study or a theory of the nature and grounds of knowledge especially with reference to its limits and validity. [1]

In 1854, Scottish German-idealism philosopher James Ferrier (1808-1864) coined the term “epistemology”, referring, supposedly, to the study of knowledge, in explicit contrast to the common-sense tradition of how one knows about something. (Ѻ)

The following is a reductionism take on the nature of the so-called epistemological philosopher, in respect to the so-called epistemological status of sociology, psychology, biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics:

Epistemological philosopher

1. Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, 2000.

External links
Epistemology – Wikipedia.

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