Definition of Scepticisms
1. scepticism [n] - See also: scepticism
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Literary usage of Scepticisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Methodist Review (1873)
"But his books deserve a wide- circulation to counter act the pseudo-scientific scepticisms of the hour. History, Biography, and Topography. ..."
2. Life in Christ: a study of the Scripture doctrine on the nature of man, the by Edward White (1878)
"THE PROBABLE INFLUENCE OF THE DOCTRINE OF CHRISTIANITY, AS HERE PRESENTED, ON PREVAILING ATHEISTIC AND DEISTIC scepticisms. ' The gospel saves by the ..."
3. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent (1851)
"... in respect to the early political and legal history of Rome ; and I have not been inclined to adopt the historical scepticisms of some modem antiquaries ..."
4. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent (1854)
"... in respect to the early political and legal history of Rome; and I have not been inclined to adopt the historical scepticisms of some modern antiquaries ..."
5. American Philosophy: The Early Schools by Woodbridge Riley, Isaac Woodbridge Riley (1907)
"... and against Hume's scepticisms concerning the reality of the Ego; it was only afterwards that Stewart had combined them in his dictum that there is ..."