Translation for 'agnosticism' from English to Serbian
NOUN   agnosticism | -
SYNO agnosticism | scepticism | skepticism
агностицизам {м}
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Translation for 'agnosticism' from English to Serbian

агностицизам {м}религ.фил.
Usage Examples English
  • During this period, Rebula re-embraced Catholicism, after having turned to vitalist agnosticism in his teenage years, due partially to the influence of Friedrich Nietzsche and Slovene modernist authors such as Oton Župančič.
  • Spencer's reputation among the Victorians owed a great deal to his agnosticism.
  • Cameron has said he is a "Converted Agnostic", adding "I've sworn off agnosticism, which I now call cowardly atheism".
  • Atheism has been regarded as compatible with agnosticism, but has also been contrasted with it.
  • Streminger is generally considered as an engaged agnostic/agnosticism. He is a member of the "Giordano Bruno Stiftung", a society to promote evolutionary humanism.

  • Irreligion in Peru refers to atheism, agnosticism, deism, religious skepticism, secularism, and humanism in the Peruvian society.
  • Fletcher commented that the ballad "sounds like a malicious insider: dubious drains, Aestheticism, agnosticism, speculative building, are all present".
  • The idea is that the person isn't considering the arguments presented (see Kalama Sutta), but stubbornly adhering to irrational agnosticism out of feelings of fear or hatred.
  • Kingsley received letters from Thomas Huxley in 1860 and in 1863 letters discussing Huxley's early ideas on agnosticism.
  • This section contains people who rejected Catholicism in favor of a non-religious philosophy, including atheism, agnosticism and secular humanism.

  • Ayer, Theodore Drange, and other philosophers see both atheism and agnosticism as incompatible with ignosticism on the grounds that atheism and agnosticism accept the statement "a deity exists" as a meaningful proposition that can be argued for or against.
  • William James has referred to this maxim in his lecture "Reflex action and theism" in relating it to agnosticism, which gives man no practical tools for his volitions.
  • According to Adam C. Krug:Mabja also maintained a radical agnosticism regarding the nature and status of Buddhahood.
  • Originally coining the term in 1869, Huxley elaborated on "agnosticism" in 1889 to frame the nature of claims in terms of what is knowable and what is not.
  • In social theory, detraditionalization refers to the erosion of tradition in religion (secularization, agnosticism, religious disaffiliation) and society in postmodernism.

  • Christian agnosticism is a theological position drawing influences from Christianity as well as agnosticism.
  • His views on ethics, then, were very close to the agnosticism of T.H. Huxley and the humanism of Julian Huxley.
  • The only natural default position is agnosticism.
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