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knowledges

  1. plural of knowledge
    • 1605, Francis Bacom, “XIX:2”, in The Advancement of Learning, volume The Second Book:
      As first, the timing and seasoning of knowledges; as with what to initiate them, and from what for a time to refrain them.
    • 2007, Annette Watson, Knowledges that 'travel'
      These explorers produced their knowledges of distant places through their travels—and these knowledges 'traveled' across spaces and between places. Explorers' representations traveled back to colonial nations []