|Epistemic/ontological: ontological questions relate to the existence of entities that cause perceptions - epistemic questions reflect their recognizability. The question of a principal recognizability itself is ontological and metaphysical. See also metaphysics, ontology, existence, realism, reality, perception.|
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Behavioral explanation/real possibility/epistemic/Stalnaker: behavior must be explained in terms of genuine (non-epistemic) possibility. - Intelligent behavior/Stalnaker: may only be explained in terms of possibilities that represent these possibilities. - Field: without "meaning".
Epistemic/Field: E.g. epistemic term of truth conditions: "is verified in the long term" - FieldVs: this is not a good definition of truth conditions. - With this, truth is defined in terms of verification.
Epistemic Theory/Vagueness/Field: Epistemic Theory: accepts facts - non-epistemic theory: can assert that it is conceptually impossible in certain cases that we can decide. - For example, if something is a borderline case of a property.
Realism, Mathematics and Modality Oxford New York 1989
Truth and the Absence of Fact Oxford New York 2001
Science without numbers Princeton New Jersey 1980