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Definition of the noun Agnosis

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noun

  1. Epistemologically necessary lack of, indifference to, denial or shunning of, or defective knowledge.

Group

Agnosis is a musical group.

  • albums: "Hecate", "A Painful Pattern"

Writings

"Agnosis" is a book by George Pattison.

  • also known as "Agnosis: theology in the void"

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Google previewThe Flaming Sword (1898)

Agnosis means exactly the opposite — without knowledge. An agnostic is a man without knowledge; it is impossible for such a man to teach science. The majority of the modern scientists are agnostics ! The lion-hunters of South Africa have at ...

Google previewNursing Without Borders (2007)

Values, Wisdom, Success Markers by Sharon Weinstein, Ann Marie T. Brooks

agnosis is a successful clinical initiative, and nursing diagnosis is internationally accepted as a critical step in a systematic and individualized care plan. NANDA nomenclature represents clinical nursing judgments about actual or potential ...

Google previewTreatment of Offenders and Families (2013)

by Byrgen P. Finkelman

The di— agnosis is a challenging one to make. The most common reason for missing the diagnosis of pedophilia or child molestation is the physician's failure to inquire about deviant sexual thoughts, urges, and behaviors when suspicion ...

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)

by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis

Also called agnosis. See also autotopagnosia. -agnosia, -agnosis, suffix meaning '(condition of the) loss of the faculty to perceive': autotopagnosia, paragnosia. - agogue, -agog, suffix meaning 'an agent promoting the expulsion of a (specified) ...

Google previewThe International Encyclopaedia of Surgery (1895)

A Systematic Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Surgery by John Ashhurst

z'agnosis.—Simple inspection of the pharynx, with the tongue well depressed, will reveal the condition when the abscess is situated in the upper part of the pharynx. Illumination with the laryngeal reflector will render it more evident. V\' hen ...

Google previewA Valency Dictionary of English (2004)

A Corpus-Based Analysis of the Complementation Patterns of English Verbs, Nouns and Adjectives by Thomas Herbst, David Heath, Ian F. Roe, Dieter Götz

+ No + to—INF As soon as you get a positive di' agnosis. your mind is put at rest ...

Google previewThe Lupus Encyclopedia (2014)

A Comprehensive Guide for Patients and Families by Donald E. Thomas, Jr.

When your doctor gives you instructions such as medicine changes, what your di- agnosis or problem is, what possible problems could be causing a symptom, or what tests are needed, ask for a written list or recommended literature to read on ...

Google previewZondervan Dictionary of Bible and Theology Words (2009)

by Matthew S. DeMoss, J. Edward Miller

agnosis, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Women and Gender, Two-Volume Set (2001)

Sex Similarities and Differences and the Impact of Society on Gender by Judith Worell

agnosis and psychotherapy with women, translating role-resistant behaviors as pathology and culturally normative female behaviors into illness. 4. attributed women's distress and help-seeking to intrapsychic (internal) causes rather than to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Schizophrenia (2014)

Focus on Management Options by W. Wolfgang Fleischhacker, Ian P. Stolerman

Thus, social and cultural factors have a major influence on the detection and di‐ agnosis of some forms of delusional disorders. Delusion ofreference is often part ofthe above mentioned types ofdelusional disorder. Delusion of reference is ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Women and Gender

agnosis and psychotherapy with women, translating role-resistant behaviors as pathology and culturally normative female behaviors into illness. 4. attributed women's distress and help-seeking to intrapsychic (internal) causes rather than to ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History (2013)

by Joan Shelley Rubin, Paul S. Boyer, Professor Scott E. Casper

In 2008, the Religious Identification Survey revealed that 12 percent of Americans held agnostic or atheistic views— “agnostic” being from the Greek agnosis, meaning without knowledge—when asked specific questions about the existence of ...

Google previewA Concise Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Religion (2014)

by Anthony Thiselton

Such knowledge lies beyond the enquirer (from Greek agnosis, no knowledge). This amounts, however, to no less dogmatic a position than theism, atheism or the beliefsystem in question. For it invites the rejoinder called 'the paradox of ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Medicine and Surgery (1885)

D1'agnosis.—From inertia uteri by the pain and the bleeding, and by the pains. if ...

Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Unbelief (2007)

by Tom Flynn, Richard Dawkins

Agnosticism is an epistemological term (from the Greek agnosis, meaning “ without knowledge”) that connotes a form of SKEPTICISM concerning the existence of God.

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Scrabble value of A1G2N1O1S1I1S1

The value of this 7-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of AGNOSIS

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