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Definition of "unknowability" []

  • The quality or state of being unknowable. (noun)

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Use "unknowability" in a sentence
  • "Fitch's reasoning, at best, shows us that there is structural unknowability, that is, unknowability that is a function of logical considerations alone."
  • "FWIW, "unknowability" was in one of my dictionaries; so there you go."
  • "But is there a more substantial kind of unknowability, for instance, unknowability that is a function of the recognition-transcendence of the non-logical subject-matter?"