Noun(1) the disbelief in any claims of ultimate knowledge
(1) Similarly, some newcomers will hide behind some very unfair scepticism .(2) these claims were treated with scepticism(3) Modern scholars have treated the tradition with varying degrees of scepticism .(4) Against his mining record, scepticism about the sincerity of Reid's renewable energy embrace is perhaps not unwarranted.(5) Cartesian scepticism(6) He finds the source of skepticism in the theory of abstract ideas, which he criticizes.(7) Some might see an undercurrent of religious belief in the book; others might see an undercurrent of skepticism or betrayed hope.(8) Come on, we all can do way better, despite my skepticism .(9) There is some skepticism , however, surrounding the prime minister's new-found "moral" leadership.(10) There is also reason to think such skepticism may be misplaced.(11) Nor has sensory skepticism hindered dogmatists from seeking absolute truth elsewhere, namely in Reason or Logic.(12) these claims were treated with skepticism(13) Many religions discourage skepticism or critical examination of cherished precepts.(14) In the co-authored shadow of a book under review, however, his delicate skepticism toward tradition is not in evidence.
1. doubt ::
3. incredulity ::
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