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e·pis·tem·e       / ĕpĭstēʹmĭ/

etymology - circa 1980, "foundations of knowledge," from Greek episteme "knowledge," from Ionic Greek epistasthai "know how to do, understand," literally "overstand," from epi "over, near"+ histasthai "to stand," related to the philosopy term epistemology "knowledge theory." Introduced in Foucaultian philosophy to describe the fundamental body of ideas and presuppositions that defines and sets the bounds of what is accepted as true knowledge in a given epistemic epoch. -- The Free Dictionary © 2013 Farlex and Wiktionary

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Science Education Standards

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