This may not be the right place for this. But I was curious about how wordings of some things imply things. For example. Epistemology is defined as "the study of knowledge." I was wondering how this might naturally appear to be misleading to some people indeed. Because if it says "the study of knowledge", how would you take that? Would you understand, "that is the study of knowledge, I believe that if I am epistemologist I study knowledge." What other absurd meanings would you get out of these terms? Maybe the study of knowledge is right. The study of knowledge. Then again at higher levels you'd have to say something like, The study of how we know things. To me it is insane.