epoche

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Etymology[edit]

This term was introduced by Husserl and other phenomenologists, although it seems to also be present in Aristotelian philosophy (as the concept did originate with Aristotle) and is a corruption of the word "epoch."

Noun[edit]

epoche (plural epoches)

  1. Moment of theoretical suspension of all action.
  2. Moment of theoretical suspension of disbelief.

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Noun[edit]

epoche f

  1. plural form of epoca

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