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I think the sentence would be stronger without it. 'Epistemological' has a lot of philosophical connotations that seem ill-fitting in the context of the sentence (and almost redundant as well). Aside: I would also note that the first part of the sentence also seems to bear a bit of ambiguity in verb-subject agreement. For example, you include two nouns ...


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You'd normally follow your organisation's style guide. Here's an excerpt from one I found on the internet: It is a common misconception that foregrounding the research requires using the passive voice ("Experiments have been conducted ..."). This is inaccurate. Rather, you would use pronouns in place of "experiments" ("We conducted experiments ..."). - ...



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