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The study also found that, for these “scientific sceptics”, this strong loyalty with their community, through their seemingly sophisticated reasoning, led to them having a high reputation and liking among their peers.
For, incredible as the sceptic may regard it, these two had met in visions long before they encountered one another in the flesh.
Napoleon, himself a sceptic, was cognizant of this slave philosophy.
The sceptic, disillusioned, is stated to have failed to appreciate the joke!
There is no sceptic who does not feel that many have doubted before.
THE NAPOLEON OF NOTTING HILLGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
And there really is no need to throw the whole universe at the head of the sceptic.
THEISM OR ATHEISMCHAPMAN COHEN
This, a sceptic would say, was natural enough under the circumstances.
MYSTIC LONDON:CHARLES MAURICE DAVIES
Carlyle himself—although he appears to have been unconscious of the fact—was himself a sceptic.
The philologist is thus a great sceptic in the present conditions of our culture and training · that is his mission.
The sceptic cannot throw doubt on the existing wonders of modern times.

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