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Certainty (2442 words)
Certainty is a lack of doubt about some state of affairs.
So it may be said that epistemic certainty is reducible to psychological certainty.
First, it is impossible to exclude absolute certainty in all cases.
Certainty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (145 words)
Certainty is the state of being without doubt.
Meditations on First Philosophy is a famous pursuit of certainty by Descartes.
Epistemology is the study of knowledge, certainty and truth.
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