5. "In the first sense, probability means the degree of belief or approvability of an opinion—the gut view of probability. Scholars use the term epistemological to convey this meaning; epistemological refers to the limits of human knowledge not fully analyzable."
- Peter L. Bernstein, Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk
6. "Humanity is not condemned to wander forever in an epistemological fog, knowing only the surface appearance of things but never their true nature."
- Christof Koch, Consciousness: Confessions of a Romantic Reductionist
7. "Prophetic preaching is dangerous work, not only because it has a subversive edge but because it requires an epistemological break with the assumed world of dominant imagination. This epistemological break makes us aware of our assumptions we have not recognized or reflected upon."
- Walter Brueggemann, The Practice of Prophetic Imagination
8. "Nothing rose to plug the gap, to address what some called ultimate concerns, unless you count the arts, the arts that lacked both epistemological methods and accountability, and that drew nutty people, or drove them nuts."
- Annie Dillard, The Maytrees
9. "He was pinched perspinngly in the epistemological dilemma of the skeptic, unable to accept solutions to problems he was unwilling to dismiss as unsolvable. He was never without misery, and never without hope."
- Quote by Joseph Heller