In ancient Greek dramas, the point of discovery, or the dawning of insight in the understanding of the protagonist, is known as anagnorisis in Greek; recognition in English. Within the story, the audience is made aware of information that the hero does not know, raising tension and suspense within the narrative. Then, in a pivotal encounter with some aspect of truth, insight is given, and recognition holds the key to resolving issues of crisis or opportunity as the story develops.
Anderson, Paul N., "On Truth & Recognition" (2019). Faculty Publications - George Fox School of Theology. 356.