Related formsan·ti·scep·ti·cism, nouno·ver·scep·ti·cism, noun
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Examples from the Web for scepticism
For all my scepticism, I had an unexpectedly romantic evening.
The strong current of scepticism which set in during the eighteenth century extends into the nineteenth.
This spiritual love (then as now) puzzled the commonplace, and was misunderstood and regarded with scepticism.The Evolution of Love|Emil Lucka
But we may be pardoned our scepticism, seeing there are so many chances of error.The Myths of the New World|Daniel G. Brinton
Culture definitions for scepticism
In philosophy, the position that what cannot be proved by reason should not be believed. One of the main tasks of epistemology is to find an answer to the charge of some extreme skeptics that no knowledge is possible.