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[[Fasciculus:Efez Celsus Library 5 RB.jpg|thumb|Personificatio gnaritatis ([[Graece]]: ''Επιστημη'' ''[[Episteme]]'') in [[Bibliotheca Celsus]] in [[Ephesus|Ephesi]] [[Turcia]]e.]]
'''Gnaritas(G)naritas''' velsive '''naritasscientia''' velseu '''peritia''' sensu latissimo omne quid scimus complectitur: omnia [[factum|facta nota]], [[scientia]]s, [[ars|artes]], [[sollertia]]s, [[experientia]]s, et [[cognitio]]nes. <!-- . . . the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject, (ii) what is known in a particular field or in total; facts and information or (iii) awareness or familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation. Philosophical debates in general start with Plato's formulation of knowledge as "justified true belief". There is however no single agreed definition of knowledge presently, nor any prospect of one, and there remain numerous competing theories.
Knowledge acquisition involves complex [[Cognition|cognitive]] processes: perception, learning, communication, association and [[reasoning]]. The term ''knowledge'' is also used to mean the confident [[understanding]] of a subject with the ability to use it for a specific purpose if appropriate. See [[Knowledge Management]] for additional details on that discipline. -->
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