The Epistemologies is a work oft attributed to Ajencis but more likely a redacted compilation drawn from his other works.

Many consider The Epistemologies to be Ajencis's definitive philosophical statement on the nature of knowledge, but some argue that it distorts his position since it presents a unitary vision of views that actually evolved quite dramatically over the course of his life.[1]


"To be ignorant and to be deceived are two different things. To be ignorant is to be a slave of the world. To be deceived is to be the slave of another man. The question will always be: Why, when all men are ignorant, and therefore already slaves, does this latter slavery sting us so?"[2]


  1. Encyclopedic Glossary, 'Epistemologies, The'
  2. The Darkness That Comes Before, Chapter 4

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