agnosticism

[ ag-nos-tuh-siz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF agnosticism
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But whether it be faith or agnosticism, it must be nothing external to me.

Will agnosticism let you be absolutely sure his statements are true?

Sensibility had overcome his agnosticism, and he had forgotten that it was possible to doubt.

He said that Agnosticism and all that kind of thing was bad form.

The alternatives of the intellectual life are Christianity or Agnosticism.

Agnosticism is but a cautious idealism—a timid phenomenalism.

The primary difficulty in dealing with Agnosticism is its elusive character.

Agnosticism, he says, is a method the essence of which may be expressed in a single principle.

My agnosticism was bitter in those days, bitter and polemic.

Did Shakspere, then, derive this agnosticism from Montaigne?

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