Definition of reliabilism in English:

reliabilism

noun

Philosophy
  • In epistemology: a theory of knowledge according to which a belief is justified if it has been reached by a reliable cognitive process, whether or not the person who holds the belief understands this process.

Origin

1970s. From reliable + -ism. Compare slightly later reliabilist, reliabilist.

Pronunciation

reliabilism

/rɪˈlʌɪəblɪz(ə)m/