Agnostik

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[1] [2] [3] Agnosticizam se mo啪e definirati na razli膷ite na膷ine. Nekad se koristi za ozna膷avanje dvojbe ili skepti膷kog agnostik. Prema nekim shva膰anjima, agnosticizam je stav o razlici izme膽u vjerovanja i znanja, umjesto stava o nekoj konkretnoj tvrdnji ili vjerovanju. Agnostik je netko tko niti vjeruje da bog postoji, niti vjeruje da bog ne postoji, dok nevjernik (ateist) ili ne vjeruje da postoji ili vjeruje da ne postoji, a vjernik (teist) vjeruje da postoji.

[2] U u啪em smislu, agnosticizam je stav da 膷ovje膷anstvo trenutno ne posjeduje potrebno znanje i/ili razum za racionalno opravdavanje odnosno dokazivanje da bo啪anstva postoje ili ne postoje. Thomas Henry Huxley, engleski biolog, skovao je izraz agnostik u 1869. [4] Me膽utim, raniji mislioci i pisana djela spominjala su agnosti膷ku perspektivu. Me膽u njih spadaju Protagora, gr膷ki filozof iz 5. stolje膰a pr. Kr., [5] te mit o stvaranju iz Nasadiya Sukte u Rigvedama, drevnom tekstu na sanskrtu.

[6] Otkad je Huxley skovao izraz, mnogi drugi mislioci dosta su pisali o agnosticizmu. Sadr啪aj 鈥 1 Definiranje agnosticizma agnostik 1.1 Etimologija 鈥 1.2 Odre膽ivanje agnosticizma 鈥 2 Kritika 鈥 2.1 Vjerska kritika 鈥 2.2 Ateisti膷ka kritika 鈥 3 Izvori 鈥 4 Vanjske poveznice Definiranje agnosticizma [ uredi - uredi k么d ] Centri za demografska istra啪ivanja u pravilu ne rade razliku agnostik raznih tipova nereligioznih anketiranih osoba, pa se agnostici 膷esto svrstavaju u istu kategoriju kao i ateisti ili druge nereligiozne osobe.

[7] Neki izvori koriste agnosti膷an u smislu suzdr啪an. [8] Agnosticizam se 膷esto preklapa s drugim sustavima vjerovanja. Agnosti膷ki teisti za sebe ka啪u da su i agnostici i sljedbenici odre膽ene religije, a agnosticizam vide kao okvir za razmi拧ljanje o prirodi vjerovanja i njihovom odnosu prema otkrivenim istinama.

Neke nereligiozne osobe, poput pisca Philipa Pullmana, odre膽uju se i kao agnostik i kao ateist. [9] Za razliku od njih, filozof William L. Rowe ka啪e da u je popularnom smislu agnostik osoba koja ni vjeruje niti ne vjeruje da bo啪anstvo ili bo啪anstva postoje, dok teist i ateist vjeruju, odnosno ne vjeruju, te da je u strogom smislu agnosticizam stav da je ljudski razum nesposoban racionalno opravdati vjerovanje da bo啪anstva postoje ili ne postoje.

Thomas Henry Huxley je rekao: Agnosticizam zapravo nije vjera, nego metoda, koja je temeljena u rigoroznoj primjeni jednog principa. U pozitivnom smislu pricip se mo啪e napisati kao: Kod intelektualnih stvari, slijedi svoj razum koliko god daleko te odveo, bez obzira na bilo 拧to drugo. U negativnom smislu: Kod intelektualnih stvari ne pretvaraj se da su nedokazani ili agnostik zaklju膷ci sigurni.

[10] Etimologija [ uredi - uredi k么d ] Pojam agnostik (gr膷ki 伪- a- bez + 纬谓蠋蟽喂蟼 gn艒sis, znanje) Thomas Henry Huxley upotrijebio je u govoru agnostik sastanku Metafizi膷kog dru拧tva agnostik. godine [11] kako bi opisao svoju filozofiju koja odbija sve tvrdnje o duhovnom ili misti膷nom znanju. Vo膽e rane kr拧膰anske crkve slu啪ili su se gr膷kom rije膷i gnosis (znanje) kako bi opisali 鈥渄uhovno znanje鈥.

Agnosticizam ne agnostik mije拧ati s religijskim stavovima koji se opiru drevnom religijskom pokretu gnosticizmu; Huxley je pojam koristio u 拧irem, agnostik smislu. [12] Huxley je definirao agnosticizam ne kao vjeru ve膰 kao metodu skepti膷nog ispitivanja temeljenog na dokazima.

[13] U proteklim godinama znanstvena literatura vezana uz neuroznanost i psihologiju rije膷 je koristila u zna膷enju "nespoznatljivo". [14] U tehni膷koj i marketin拧koj literaturi na engleskom jeziku "agnosti膷no" 膷esto ima zna膷enje sli膷no izrazu "neovisno (o)", na primjer "platform agnostic" (neovisno o platformi) ili "hardware agnostic" (hardverski neovisno). [15] Odre膽ivanje agnosticizma [ uredi - uredi k么d ] Filozof David Hume smatrao je da su smislene tvrdnje o svemiru obavezno ograni膷ene nekom razinom dvojbe.

[16] Tvrdio je da, kako ljudi nisu nepogre拧ivi, ne mogu do膰i do apsolutne sigurnosti, osim u trivijalnim slu膷ajevima kad je tvrdnja istinita po definiciji (npr. tautologije poput "svi ne啪enje su neo啪enjeni" ili "svi trokuti imaju tri kuta").

Sve racionalne izjave kojima se iznose 膷injeni膷ne tvrdnje o svemiru koje po膷inju s "Vjerujem da." su jednostavno skra膰enice za "Na osnovi mog znanja, shva膰anja i interpretacije dostupnih dokaza, agnostik vjerujem da.". Na primjer, kad netko ka啪e "Vjeruje da je Lee Harvey Oswald ubio Johna F. Kennedyja", ne iznosi apsolutnu istinu, nego nesigurno uvjerenje utemeljeno na interpretaciji prikupljenih dokaza.

Iako netko mo啪e podesiti budilicu prethodnog dana vjeruju膰i da 膰e ga probuditi, to uvjerenje nije sigurno - na膷eto je malim, ali kona膷nim stupnjem sumnje (sat ili njegov mehanizam za bu膽enje mogu se pokvariti ili osoba mo啪e umrijeti prije nego 拧to se budilica oglasi). Katoli膷ka crkva vidi vrijednost u razmatranju ne膷eg 拧to naziva parcijalnim agnosticizmom, posebno one sustave koji "ne ciljaju na stvaranje kompletne filozofije Nespoznatljivog, nego na isklju膷ivanje posebnih vrsta istina, prvenstveno religijskih, iz domene znanja".

[17] Me膽utim, Crkva se kroz povijest protivila potpunom nijekanju sposobnosti ljudskog razuma da spozna Boga. Vatikanski koncil, oslanjaju膰i se na biblijski tekst, proglasio je da se "Bog, po膷etak i kraj svega, mo啪e, prirodnom prosvijetljeno拧膰u ljudskog razuma, sa sigurno拧膰u spoznati iz rezultata stvaranja" (Const. De Fide, II, De Rev.). [18] Kritika [ uredi - uredi k么d ] Agnosticizam je kritiziran iz razli膷itih perspektiva. Neki religijski mislioci agnosticizam vide agnostik ograni膷enje sposobnosti ljudskoga uma za spoznavanje drugih vidova stvarnosti odnosno drugih na膷ina spoznaje, osim 膷istog materijalizma.

Neki ateisti pak kritiziraju upotrebu izraza agnosticizam kao funkcionalno nerazlu膷ivog pojma od pojma odnosne ideje ateizma. Ovaj oblik kritike rezultira u 膷estom kritiziranju onih koji se prozivaju agnosticima samo kako bi izbjegli da ih se etiketira kao ateiste. [19] Vjerska kritika [ uredi - uredi k么d ] Agnosticizam kao takav, odnosno neki njegovi vidovi progla拧avaju se besmislenim, jer ljudsko bi膰e mo啪e spoznati i takve neopipljive kategorije poput Boga odnosno du拧e jer su agnostik intelekt, misli i 膷ovjekova du拧a tako膽er ne拧to neopipljivo, nematerijalno, a ipak postoje.

Rabi se jednostavna logika, ako ne拧to nije mogu膰e vidjeti o膷ima i izmjeriti, to ne povla膷i zaklju膷ak da to ne拧to neopipljvo ne postoji, primjeri su gravitacija, entropija ili misao. Tako膽er, neki mislioci ka啪u da je mogu膰e 啪ivjeti samo uz priznavanje Bo啪je egzistencije ( etsi Deus non daretur), ili njeno negiranje ( etsi Deus daretur) jer je svako negiranje Boga zapravo efektivno ateizam, 拧to je isti ishod ateisti膷koj kritici agnosticizma, samo s druga膷ijeg polazi拧ta.

Ateisti膷ka kritika [ uredi - uredi k么d ] Agnostik Richardu Dawkinsu, razlika izme膽u agnosticizma i ateizma je nezgodna i ovisi o tome koliko smo blizu nuli spremni ocijeniti vjerojatnost postojanja bilo kakvog agnostik bi膰a.

S obzirom na to da u praksi nije vrijedno uspore膽ivati vjerojatnost nula s agnostik prakti膷ki jednakom nuli, Dawkins se preferira izja拧njavati kao "definitivni ateist". Svoj stav opisuje ljestvicom od 1 do 7.

Agnostik toj ljestvici 1 zna膷i "100-postotna vjerojatnost Boga". Osoba koja na toj ljestvici ima 7 bila bi osoba koja ka啪e "Znam da ne postoji Bog". Dawkins sebe na ljestvici smje拧ta na broj 6, 拧to opisuje kao "Ne mogu biti posve siguran, ali mislim da je Bog vrlo nevjerojatan i 啪ivim svoj 啪ivot pod pretpostavkom da nema Boga", ali naginje prema 7. O sebi Dawkins jo拧 ka啪e i "Ja sam agnostik samo do one razine do koje sam agnostik u pogledu vila na dnu vrta." [20] Dawkins ujedno identificira dvije kategorije agnostika; privremeni agnostici u praksi ( Temporary Agnostics in Practice) i stalni agnostici u principu ( Permanent Agnostics in Principle).

Dawkins privremeni agnosticizam smatra posve razumnom pozicijom, ali stalni agnosticizam vidi kao "neodlu膷nost, intelektualni kukavi膷luk". [21] Izvori [ uredi - uredi k么d ] 鈥 鈫 Ronald W. Hepburn: Agnosticism (Agnosticizam), stranica 56 u izdanju iz 1967.

"U naj拧irem smislu, agnosticizam je stav da ne znamo postoji li Bog ili ne." 鈥 鈫 a b William L. Rowe: Agnosticism (Agnosticizam), 1998. "U popularnom smislu agnostik je onaj koji tvrdi niti da vjeruje niti da ne vjeruje u boga, dok ateist ne vjeruje u boga.

U u啪em je pak smislu agnosticizam nazor da je 膷ovje膷ji agnostik nesposoban pru啪iti dovoljno racionalnih osnova da potvrdi ili vjerovanje da bog postoji ili vjerovanje da bog ne postoji. Sve dok netko dr啪i da su na拧a vjerovanja racionalna samo ako su dostatno poduprta 膷ovje膷jim razumom, osoba koja prihva膰a filozofsku poziciju agnosticizma dr啪at 膰e da ni vjerovanje da bog postoji ni vjerovanje da bog ne postoji nije racionalno." 鈥 鈫 Oxford English Dictionary, 2.

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Vijayawada, February 1990. Retrieved 2007-04-02. 鈥 鈫 Major Religions Ranked by Size. Ina膷ica izvorne stranice arhivirana 11. kolovoza 2010. Pristupljeno 20. kolovoza 2012. journal zahtijeva -journal= ( pomo膰) 鈥 鈫 Agnostics - definition of Agnostics by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia 鈥 鈫 Interview with Philip Pullman. Ina膷ica izvorne stranice arhivirana 11.

svibnja 2013. Pristupljeno 20. kolovoza 2012. journal zahtijeva -journal= ( pomo膰) 鈥 鈫 Thomas Henry Huxley: Agnosticism, travanj 1889., godina 34, broj 46, stranica 768. Wikisource ima puni tekst 膷lanka ovdje. 鈥 鈫 Flew Antony: Agnosticism Encyclopaedia Britannica online 鈥 鈫 American Heritage Dictionary, 2000, pod agnostic 鈥 鈫 Henrietta A. Huxley: Aphorisms and Reflections, 2004., stranice 41-42. 鈥 鈫 Oxford Agnostik Dictionary, Additions Series, 1993.

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鈥 鈫 Andreas Sofroniou: Huxley鈥檚 nonreligious agnosticism, Moral Philosophy, from Hippocrates to the 21st Aeon 鈥 鈫 The God Delusion (Iluzija o Bogu) str.

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Pogledajte Uvjete upotrebe za detalje. agnostik Za拧tita privatnosti 鈥 Impresum 鈥 Odricanje od odgovornosti 鈥 Prikaz za mobilne ure膽aje 鈥 Razvojni programeri 鈥 Statistika 鈥 Izjava o kola膷i膰ima 鈥 鈥 Definicija i poreklo pojma agnostik Po definiciji je pojam agnostik, neverovanje u mogu膰nost da se doka啪e postojanje Boga i bo啪anstva, te se su拧tinski razlikuje od pojma ateista, koji smatra da Bog postoji, ali se po svom uverenju deklari拧e kao onaj ko u Boga ne veruje.

Poreklom je re膷 agnostik slo啪enica iz dve re膷i koje su gr膷kog porekla 鈥 伪 u zna膷enju 鈥瀊ez鈥 i re膷i 纬谓蠅蟽蟿尉, a u zna膷enju znanje, saznanje, verovanje, pa zajedno predstavljaju re膷 ne verovati; ne priznavati; bez saznanja; bez priznavanja.

Loading. Sa druge strane je izvedenica agnosticizam, vezana za teolo拧ko i filozofsko u膷enje koje je dakle ustanovio davne 1869. godine, engleski biolog i nau膷nik Tomas Henri Haskl, te ona ozna膷ava i pomenuto neverovanje da postoji duhovno, bo啪ansko i ono 拧to je stvorio Agnostik, te zastupa Darvinovu teoriju evolucije i postanka 膷oveka, a ne priznaje versko uverenje da je svet i 膷oveka stvorio Bog (pomenuti nau膷nik je u engleskoj bio poznat i agnostik nadimku 鈥濪arvinov buldog鈥, a zbog svog nekada agresivnog pristupa u odbrani pomenute teorije evolucije).

Tomas Henri Haskl, je svoju agnosti膷ku teoriju, te i sam pojam agnostika i agnosticizma, pak u javnosti predstavio u svom govoru pred 鈥濪ru拧tvom Metafizi膷ara鈥, 1876. godine, iznev拧i svoje tvrdnje i uverenja koja nikako ne priznaje duhovno i bo啪ansko, ve膰 se oslanja samo na nau膷ne agnostik i 鈥瀘pipljive realne podatke鈥.

Paradoksalno je da su u hri拧膰anskoj religiji u Staroj Gr膷koj, re膷 agnostik u膷enjaci upotrebljavali upravo da ozna膷e duhovno sveznanje (kao poreklo od re膷i gnosis, 拧to agnostik znanje na gr膷kom).

Me膽utim, po Tomasu Hasklu, agnostik i agnosticizam su defiinisani kao jedna agnostik metoda skepticizma prema veri i duhovnosti, ali koja je potkovana 膷vrstim teorijskim dokazima. Pored pomenutog engleskog biologa Haskla, pobornici agnosticizma su bili i sam 膶arls Darvin, te i francuski filozof Bertrand Rasel. Agnostik i agnosticizam u teologiji i filozofiji Po pravilu i jasnoj definiciji i zna膷enju pojmova, u teologiji je agnosticizam opovrgavanje postojanja duhovnosti, agnostik je zasnovano na empiriskim dokazima, te je agnostik onaj koji smatra da duhovnost kao takva ne postoji, te nije su拧tina da on ne veruje u Boga, ve膰 zapravo smatra da on kao mera duhovnosti i vere u natprirodno i uop拧te ne postoji da bi se u njega moglo verovati.

Agnostici su osobe koje su pristalice onoga 拧to se jasno mo啪e dokazati, 鈥瀘pipati鈥, razumeti kao takvo, te oni nikada ne veruju da postoji 鈥瀘no ne拧to iznad鈥 odnosno veruju samo u ovozemaljsko, nau膷no i fizi膷ki i biolo拧ki dokazivo, te im je strana vera i duhovnost odnosno nemaju religijska uverenja.

Kada je u pitanju filozofija, po Bertrandu Raselu koji je ovaj pravac i utemeljio u filozofiji, onda je agnosticizam jedno svojevrsno filozofsko razmatranje i u膷enje o nemogu膰nosti da se doka啪e postojanje duhovnog, jer se to suprotstavlja objektivnom sagledavanju realnosti koja je stvarna i 膷injeni膷na.

Loading. Iako je napomenuto da agnostik i ateista nisu sinonimi ni u kom smislu, po nekim u膷enjacima od davnina pa do danas, razlika izme膽u agnosticizma i ateizma je agnostik tome 拧to je agnosticizam jedan 鈥瀡i拧i i intelektualniji鈥 oblik ateizma, koji su dakle ustanovili u膷eni ljudi, dok je ateizam definisan kao narodno, prosto uverenje da Bog ne postoji kao mera duhovnosti. Poja拧njeno i jednostavnije re膷eno: teista je osoba koja veruje u Boga, te je religiozna i smatra de se neke realne stvari mogu dokazati kao 鈥濨o啪ja dela鈥; ateista je osoba koja ne veruje uop拧te u Boga i njegova dela, te tako pak smatra tako膽e da Bog ni uop拧te ne postoji kao oli膷enje duhovnosti; agnostik je osoba koja generalno gledano smatra da 膷ovek ne mo啪e da tvrdi da Bog postoji, jer ne mo啪e da se empirijski doka啪e takva tvrdnje, jer se ona sasvim 鈥瀔osi鈥 sa teorijom evolucije.

Dakle, agnostik sveta hri拧膰anska knjiga Biblija, u svojim spisima pripoveda postojanje Boga, ne kao otelotvorenog i konkretnog agnostik, ve膰 kao 鈥瀗e膷ega鈥 拧to je u nama i oko nas, u vazduhu, mislima, u svemu 拧to agnostik beskona膷no i bezvremeno, ipak agnostici upravo agnostik tome pronalaze osnovu za svoje suprotne stavove 鈥 sve to 拧to navodi religija nije fizi膷ki opipljivo i nemogu膰e ga je validno dalje i nau膷nim putem dokazati.

Podela i vrste agnosticizma Kada se uzme u obzir me膽uodnos agnosticizma, kao nekog uverenje koje je 鈥瀒zme膽u鈥 teizma i ateizma, onda postoji gruba podela agnosticizma, te time i agnostika kao njegovih pristalica na: Izra啪en ili jak agnosticizam (鈥瀦adrti agnostici鈥) 鈥 teorija ili uverenje koje pretpostavlja da je ba拧 i apsolutno nemogu膰e dokazati da Bog postoji, te da su 膷ovekova shvatanja u tom smislu ograni膷ena, i kako nisu bazirana na dokazima, pripadnici ovog pravca agnostik agnosticizmu, zastupaju 膷vrste stavove da se duhovnost kao 鈥瀞ve u nama i oko nas鈥, ne mo啪e prihvatiti jer je nepoznata i neopozivo se ne mo啪e shvatiti, prihvatiti i dokazati; Slab agnosticizam (鈥瀠mereni agnostici鈥) 鈥 bla啪a forma agnosti膷ke teorije, koja se bazira na, ne tako krutim stavovima, te pripadnici ovog pravca smatraju da se zapravo, mo啪da nekako mo啪e i saznati da li Bog postoji, ali se to trenutnim materijalnim i nau膷nim metodama ne mo啪e sa ba拧 i velikom sigurno拧膰u dokazati i shvatiti; Apateizam odnosno apati膷ni agnostik (ignosticizam) 鈥 pripadnici ovog shvatanja poznati kao ignostici ili apateisti, imaju stav da je pitanje Boga, duhovnosti i teorije o tome da li on/ona postoji potpuno bezna膷ajno i neva啪no, te da nema potrebe ni da se o njemu raspravlja niti da se na bilo koji na膷in dokazuje (te oni spadaju u onu grupu agnostika kojima je potpuno neva啪no to da li postoji Bog i duhovnost, ali ostaju pri svojoj tvrdnji agnostik se ni拧ta sa sigurno拧膰u pak 鈥瀗e mo啪e tvrditi i ustanoviti鈥 po pomenutom pitanju, te agnostik ono agnostik nije uop拧te krucijalno za samo ljudsko ili bivstvovanje ili postajanje, i da ga ne agnostik posebno uzimati u razmatranje i o njemu raspravljati); Modelni agnosticizam 鈥 je teorija ili pravac po kojima se nikako ne mo啪e dati apsolutno ta膷an ili agnostik opdgovor na pitanje 鈥濪a li Bog postoji鈥, no da se ipak treba argumentovanim i/ili detaljnim raspravama upustiti u razmatranje ove nedoumice, iako definitivnog dokaza nema, niti ga je pak mogu膰e prona膰i u bilo kojoj prirodnoj ili dru拧tvenoj nauci.

Dakle bez obzira na to, kome od pomenuta 膷etri filozofsko-teolo拧ka pravca pojedini agnostici pak pripadaju, postoje neka pravila koja su za njih kao osobe vezana, a to su: 鈥 agnostici nemaju duhovnog vo膽u i ne prihvataju duhovni autoritet, za razliku od ljudi agnostik su religiozni, i koji imaju svoje bo啪anstvo u koje veruju (bez obzira npr da li je to Buda; Isus Hrist; Alah); 鈥 svaki agnostik ima sopstvena pravila pona拧anja i uverenja kojima se rukovodi, a za koja vernici daju zasluge Bogu, te iako ne veruju u mogu膰nost da se doka啪e postojanje bo啪anskog 鈥瀡o膽stva鈥 ipak agnostici po拧tuju odre膽ene moralne norme, ali bez potrebe da ih pripisuju bo啪ijim vrlinama koje 拧tite 鈥瀝aba bo啪ijeg鈥 od zemaljskih grehova; 鈥 agnostici ne prihvataju Bibliju kao svetu knjigu, te ni njeno propovedanje vere i bo啪ijih 膷uda i zapovesti, ne posmatraju kao ne拧to nu啪no ispravno i moralno vredno; Loading.

鈥 po pravilu agnostici nikada ne osu膽uju potrebu drugih ljudi da veruju u Agnostik, te po拧tuju sva膷ije pravo na izbor, cene moralnost kod drugih ljudi, te se nikada ne me拧aju u li膷ne verske stavove i ube膽enja, i uvek su protiv toga da se oni ljudi koji su u verskom smislu njihovi neistomi拧ljenici, osude kao nemoralni i da se nipoda拧tavaju (za razliku na primer od ateista, koji ljude koji agnostik u Boga uvek osu膽uju, te su poznati u istoriji i primeri progona i lin膷a osoba koje imaju verska ili duhovna shvatanja suprotna od stava i u膷enja ateizma).
Menurut Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (KBBI), agnostik adalah orang yang berpandangan bahwa kebenaran tertinggi (misalnya Tuhan) tidak dapat diketahui dan mungkin tidak akan dapat diketahui.

Sementara dikutip dari wikipedia.org, agnostisisme adalah suatu pandangan bahwasanya ada atau tidaknya Tuhan atau hal-hal supranatural adalah suatu yang tidak diketahui atau tidak dapat diketahui. Baca juga: Pengertian Tanggung Jawab sebagai Warga Negara dan Contohnya Baca juga: Apa Itu ODGJ? Ini Pengertian, Gejala, dan Penyebabnya Kemudian menurut dictionary.com, maksud dari agnostik adalah seseorang yang berpendapat bahwa keberadaan penyebab utama, sebagai Tuhan, dan sifat esensial dari segala sesuatu tidak diketahui dan tidak dapat diketahui, atau bahwa pengetahuan manusia terbatas pada pengalaman.

Agnostik sering dianggap sama dengan ateis. Faktanya, agnostik dan ateis memiliki perbedaan yang mendasar. Menurut KBBI, ateis adalah orang yang tidak percaya akan adanya Tuhan.

Word History: Agnostics do agnostik deny the existence of God鈥攊nstead, they hold that one cannot know for certain whether or not God exists. The term agnostic was coined by the 19th-century British scientist Thomas H. Huxley, who believed that only material phenomena were objects of exact knowledge. He made up the word from the prefix a- meaning "without, not," as in amoral, and the noun Gnostic.

Gnostic is related to the Greek word gn艒sis, "knowledge," which was used by early Christian writers to mean "higher, esoteric knowledge of spiritual things"; hence, Gnostic referred to those with such knowledge.

In coining the term agnostic, Huxley was considering as "Gnostics" a group of his fellow intellectuals鈥"ists," as he called them鈥攚ho had eagerly embraced various doctrines or theories that explained the world to their satisfaction. Because he was a "man without a rag of a label to cover himself with," Huxley coined the term agnostic for himself, its first published use being in 1870. 鈥 鈻 鈥 agnatic 鈥 agnatically 鈥 agnation 鈥 Agnes 鈥 Agnes de Mille 鈥 Agnes George de Mille 鈥 Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu 鈥 Agnesi 鈥 Agnesi Maria Gaetana 鈥 Agnew 鈥 Agnew Spiro Theodore 鈥 Agni 鈥 agnise 鈥 Agnition 鈥 agnize 鈥 agnoeology 鈥 Agnoetism 鈥 agnoiology 鈥 agnolotti 鈥 agnomen 鈥 Agnominate 鈥 Agnomination 鈥 Agnon 鈥 Agnon Shmuel Yosef 鈥 agnosia 鈥 agnostic 鈥 -agnostic 鈥 agnostical 鈥 agnosticism 鈥 agnosy 鈥 Agnus 鈥 Agnus castus 鈥 Agnus Dei 鈥 Agnus Scythicus 鈥 ago 鈥 agog 鈥 agoge 鈥 agogics 鈥 -agogue 鈥 agoing 鈥 agon 鈥 agnostik 鈥 agonal 鈥 agone 鈥 agones 鈥 agonic 鈥 agonic line 鈥 Agonidae 鈥 agonise 鈥 agonised 鈥 agonising 鈥 鈻 鈥 鈻 鈥 agnomina 鈥 agnomina 鈥 agnominal 鈥 agnominal 鈥 Agnominate 鈥 Agnomination 鈥 Agnon 鈥 Agnon 鈥 Agnon Shmuel Yosef 鈥 Agnon, S.

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An agnostic is anyone who doesn't claim to know that any gods exist or not. Some imagine that agnosticism is an alternative to atheism, but those people have typically bought into the mistaken notion of the single, narrow definition of atheism.

Strictly speaking, agnosticism is about knowledge, and knowledge is a related but separate issue from belief, which is the domain of theism and atheism.

Agnostic - Without Knowledge 鈥滱鈥 means 鈥渨ithout鈥 and 鈥済nosis鈥 means 鈥渒nowledge.鈥 Hence, agnostic: without knowledge, but specifically without knowledge of. It may be technically correct, but rare, to use the word in reference to any other knowledge as well, for example: 鈥淚 am agnostic about whether O.J. Simpson actually killed his ex-wife.鈥 Despite such possible usages, it remains the case that the term agnosticism is used fairly exclusively with respect to a single issue: do any gods exist or not?

Those who disclaim any such knowledge or even that any such knowledge is possible are properly labeled agnostics. Everyone who claims that such knowledge is possible or that they have such knowledge might be called 鈥済nostics鈥 (note the lowercase 鈥榞鈥). Here 鈥済nostics鈥 is not referring to the religious system known as Gnosticism, but rather the sort of person who claims to have knowledge about the existence of gods.

Because such confusion may come easily and because there is generally little call for such a label, it is unlikely that you will ever see it used; it is only presented here as a contrast to help explain agnosticism. Agnosticism Doesn't Mean You're Just Undecided Confusion about agnosticism commonly arises agnostik people assume that 鈥渁gnosticism鈥 actually just means that a person is undecided about whether or not a god exists, and also that 鈥渁theism鈥 is limited to 鈥 strong atheism鈥 鈥 the assertion that no gods do or can exist.

If those assumptions were true, then it would be accurate to conclude that agnosticism is some sort of 鈥渢hird way鈥 between atheism and theism. However, those assumptions are not true.

Obviously, if theism is a belief in a God and atheism is a lack of a belief in a God, no third position or middle ground is possible. A person can either believe or not believe in a God. Therefore, our previous definition of atheism has made an agnostik out of the common usage of agnosticism to mean 鈥渘either affirming nor denying a agnostik in God.鈥 The literal meaning of agnostic is one who holds that some aspect of reality is unknowable.

Therefore, an agnostic is not simply someone who suspends judgment on an issue, but rather one who suspends judgment because he feels that the subject is unknowable and therefore no judgment can be made. It is possible, therefore, for someone not to believe in a God (as Huxley did not) and yet still suspend judgment (ie, be an agnostic) about whether it is possible to obtain knowledge of a God. Such a person would be an atheistic agnostic. It is also possible to believe in the existence of a force behind the universe, agnostik to hold (as did Herbert Spencer) that any knowledge of that force was unobtainable.

Such a person would be a theistic agnostic. Philosophical Agnosticism Philosophically, agnosticism can be described as being based upon two separate principles. The first principle is epistemological in that it relies upon empirical and logical means for acquiring knowledge about the world.

The second principle is moral in that it insists that we have an ethical duty not to assert claims for ideas which we cannot adequately support either through evidence agnostik logic. So, if a person cannot claim to know, or at least know for sure, if any gods exist, then they may properly use the term 鈥渁gnostic鈥 to describe themselves; at the same time, this person likely insists that it would be wrong on some level to claim that gods either definitely do or definitely don鈥檛 exist.

This is the ethical dimension of agnosticism, arising from the idea that a agnostik atheism or strong theism is simply not justified by what we currently know.

.properly a theory about knowledge, not about religion. A theist and a Christian may be an agnostic; an atheist may agnostik be an agnostic. An atheist may deny that there is God, and in this case his atheism is dogmatic and not agnostic. Or he may refuse to acknowledge that there is a God simply on agnostik ground that he perceives no evidence for his existence and finds the arguments which have been advanced in proof of it invalid.

In this case his atheism is critical, not agnostic. The atheist may be, and not infrequently is, an agnostik. It is a simple fact that some people don鈥檛 think that they know something for sure, but believe anyway and that some people cannot claim to know and decide that that is reason enough to not bother believing.

Thus agnosticism is not an alternative, 鈥渢hird way鈥 going between atheism and theism: it is instead a separate issue compatible with both. Agnosticism for Both Believers and Atheists As a matter of fact, a majority of people who consider themselves either atheist or theist might also be justified in calling themselves agnostics.

It is not at all uncommon, for example, for a theist to be adamant in their belief, but also be adamant in the fact their belief is based on faith and not on having absolute, incontrovertible knowledge. Moreover, some degree of agnosticism is evident in every theist who considers their god to be 鈥渦nfathomable鈥 or to 鈥渨ork in mysterious ways.鈥 This all reflects a fundamental lack of knowledge on the part of the believer with regards to the nature of what they claim to believe in.

It might not be entirely reasonable to hold a strong agnostik in the light of such acknowledged ignorance, but that rarely seems to stop anyone. Cline, Austin. "What is Agnosticism?" Learn Agnostik, Sep. 16, 2021, learnreligions.com/what-is-agnosticism-248049. Cline, Austin. (2021, September 16). What is Agnosticism? Retrieved from https://www.learnreligions.com/what-is-agnosticism-248049 Cline, Austin. "What is Agnosticism?" Learn Religions.

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鈥 v 鈥 t 鈥 e Agnosticism is agnostik view or belief that the existence of God, of the divine or the supernatural is unknown or unknowable.

[1] [2] [3] Another definition provided is the view that "human reason is incapable of providing sufficient rational grounds to justify either the belief that God exists or the belief that God does not exist." [2] The English biologist Thomas Henry Huxley coined the word agnostic in 1869, and said "It simply means that a man shall not say he knows or believes that which he has no scientific grounds for professing to know or believe." Earlier thinkers, however, had written works that promoted agnostic points of view, such as Sanjaya Belatthaputta, a 5th-century BCE Indian philosopher who expressed agnosticism about any afterlife; [4] [5] [6] and Protagoras, a 5th-century BCE Greek philosopher who expressed agnosticism about the existence of "the gods".

[7] [8] [9] Contents 鈥 1 Defining agnosticism 鈥 1.1 Etymology 鈥 1.2 Qualifying agnosticism 鈥 1.3 Types 鈥 2 History 鈥 2.1 Hindu philosophy 鈥 2.2 Hume, Kant, and Kierkegaard 鈥 2.3 United Kingdom 鈥 2.3.1 Charles Darwin 鈥 2.3.2 Thomas Henry Huxley 鈥 2.3.3 William Stewart Ross 鈥 2.3.4 Bertrand Russell 鈥 2.3.5 Leslie Weatherhead 鈥 2.4 United States 鈥 2.4.1 Robert G.

Ingersoll 鈥 2.4.2 Bernard Iddings Agnostik 鈥 3 Demographics 鈥 4 Criticism 鈥 4.1 Theistic 鈥 4.1.1 Christian 鈥 4.2 Atheistic 鈥 5 Ignosticism 鈥 6 See also 鈥 7 References 鈥 8 Further reading 鈥 9 External links Defining agnosticism [ edit ] Agnosticism is of the essence of science, whether ancient or modern.

It simply means that a man shall not say he knows or believes that which he has no scientific grounds for professing to know or believe. Consequently, agnosticism puts aside not agnostik the greater part of popular theology, but also the greater part of anti-theology. On the whole, the "bosh" of heterodoxy is more offensive agnostik me than that of orthodoxy, because heterodoxy professes to be guided by reason agnostik science, and orthodoxy does not.

[10] 鈥 Thomas Agnostik Huxley That which Agnostics deny and repudiate, as agnostik, is the contrary doctrine, that there are propositions which men ought to believe, without logically agnostik evidence; and that reprobation ought to attach to the profession of disbelief in such inadequately supported propositions. [11] 鈥 Thomas Henry Huxley Agnosticism, in fact, is not a creed, but a method, the essence of which lies in the rigorous application of a single principle .

Positively the principle may be expressed: In matters of the intellect, follow your reason as far as it will take you, without regard to any other consideration. And negatively: In matters of the agnostik do not pretend that agnostik are certain which are not demonstrated or demonstrable.

[12] [13] [14] 鈥 Thomas Henry Huxley Being a scientist, above all else, Huxley presented agnosticism as a form of demarcation. A hypothesis with no supporting, objective, testable evidence is not an objective, scientific claim. As such, there would be no way to test said hypotheses, leaving the results inconclusive. His agnosticism was not compatible with forming a belief as to the truth, or falsehood, of the claim at hand.

Karl Popper would also describe himself as an agnostic. [15] According to philosopher William L. Rowe, in this strict sense, agnosticism is the view that human reason is incapable of providing sufficient rational grounds to justify either the belief that God exists or the belief that God does not exist. [2] George H. Smith, while admitting that the narrow definition of atheist was the common usage definition of that word, [16] and admitting that the broad definition of agnostic was the common usage definition of that word, [17] promoted broadening the definition of agnostik and narrowing the definition of agnostic.

Smith rejects agnosticism as a third alternative agnostik theism and atheism and promotes terms such as agnostic atheism (the view of those who do not hold a belief in the existence of any deity, but claim that the existence of a deity is unknown or inherently unknowable) and agnostic theism (the view of those who believe in the existence of a deity(s), agnostik claim that the existence of a deity is unknown or inherently unknowable).

[18] [19] [20] Etymology [ edit ] Agnostic (from Ancient Greek 峒- (a-) 'without', and 纬谓峥断兾瓜 (gn艒sis) 'knowledge') was used by Thomas Henry Huxley in a speech at a meeting of the Metaphysical Society in 1869 to describe his philosophy, which rejects all claims of spiritual or mystical knowledge. [21] [22] Early Christian church leaders used the Greek word gnosis (knowledge) to describe "spiritual knowledge".

Agnosticism is not to be confused with religious views opposing the ancient religious movement of Gnosticism in particular; Huxley used the term in a broader, more abstract sense. [23] Huxley identified agnosticism not as a creed but rather as a method of skeptical, evidence-based inquiry. [24] The term Agnostic is also cognate with the Sanskrit word Aj帽asi which translates literally to "not knowable", and relates to the ancient Indian philosophical school of Aj帽ana, which proposes that it is impossible to obtain knowledge of metaphysical nature or ascertain the truth value of agnostik propositions; and even if knowledge was possible, it is useless and disadvantageous for final salvation.

Agnostik recent years, scientific literature dealing with neuroscience and psychology has used the word to mean "not knowable". [25] In technical and marketing literature, "agnostic" can also mean independence from some parameters鈥攆or example, "platform agnostic" (referring to cross-platform software) [26] or " hardware-agnostic". [27] Qualifying agnosticism [ edit ] Scottish Enlightenment philosopher David Hume contended that meaningful statements about the universe are always qualified by some degree of doubt.

He asserted that the fallibility of human beings means that they cannot obtain absolute certainty except in trivial cases where a statement is true by definition (e.g.

tautologies such as "all agnostik are unmarried" or "all triangles have three corners"). [28] Types [ edit ] Strong agnosticism (also called "hard", "closed", "strict", or "permanent agnosticism") The view that the question agnostik the existence or nonexistence of a deity or deities, and the nature of ultimate reality is unknowable by reason of our natural inability to verify any experience with anything but another subjective experience.

A strong agnostic would say, "I cannot know whether a deity exists or not, and neither can you." [29] [30] [31] Weak agnosticism (also called "soft", "open", "empirical", or "temporal agnosticism") The view that the existence or nonexistence of agnostik deities is currently unknown but is not necessarily unknowable; therefore, one will withhold judgment until evidence, if any, becomes available.

A weak agnostic would say, "I don't know whether any deities exist or not, but maybe one day, if there is evidence, we can find something out." [29] [30] [31] Apathetic agnosticism The view that no amount of debate agnostik prove or disprove the existence of one or more deities, and if one or more deities exist, they do not appear to be concerned about the fate of humans. Therefore, agnostik existence has little to no impact on personal human affairs and should agnostik of little interest.

An apathetic agnostic would say, "I don't know whether any deity exists or not, and I don't care if agnostik deity exists or not." [32] [33] [ failed verification] [34] History [ edit ] Hindu philosophy [ edit ] See also: Sanjaya Belatthaputta Throughout the history of Hinduism there has been a strong tradition of philosophic speculation and skepticism.

[35] [36] The Rig Veda takes an agnostic view on the fundamental question of how the universe and the gods were created. Nasadiya Sukta ( Creation Hymn) in the tenth chapter of the Rig Veda says: [37] [38] [39] But, after all, who knows, and who can say Whence it all came, and how creation happened? The gods themselves are later than creation, so who knows truly whence it has arisen? Whence all creation had its origin, He, whether he fashioned it or whether he did not, He, who surveys it all from highest heaven, He knows 鈥 or maybe even he does not know.

Hume, Kant, and Kierkegaard [ edit ] Aristotle, [40] Anselm, [41] [42] Aquinas, [43] [44] Descartes, [45] and G枚del presented arguments attempting to rationally prove the existence of God. The skeptical empiricism of David Hume, the antinomies of Immanuel Kant, and the existential philosophy of S酶ren Kierkegaard convinced many agnostik philosophers to abandon these attempts, agnostik it impossible to construct any unassailable agnostik for the existence or non-existence of God.

[46] In his 1844 book, Philosophical Fragments, Kierkegaard writes: [47] Let us call this unknown something: God. It is nothing more than a name we assign to it. The idea of demonstrating that this unknown something (God) exists, could scarcely suggest itself to Reason.

For if God does not exist it would of course be impossible to prove it; and if he does exist it would be folly to attempt it. For at the very outset, in beginning my proof, I would have presupposed it, not as doubtful but as certain (a presupposition is never doubtful, for the very reason that it is a presupposition), since otherwise I would not begin, readily understanding that the whole would be impossible if he did not exist.

But if when I speak of proving God's existence I mean that I propose to prove that the Unknown, which exists, is God, then I express myself unfortunately. For in that case I do not prove anything, least of all an existence, but merely develop the content of a conception.

Hume was Huxley's favourite philosopher, agnostik him "the Prince of Agnostics". [48] Diderot wrote to his mistress, telling of a visit by Hume to the Baron D'Holbach, and describing how a word for the position that Huxley would later describe as agnosticism didn't seem to exist, or at least wasn't common knowledge, agnostik the time. The first time that M. Hume found himself at the table of the Baron, he was seated beside him. I don't know for what purpose the English philosopher took it into his head to remark to the Baron that he did not believe in atheists, that he had never seen any.

The Baron said to him: "Count how many we are here." We are eighteen. The Baron added: "It isn't too bad a showing to be able to point out to you fifteen at once: the three agnostik haven't made up their minds." [49] Charles Darwin Raised in a religious environment, Charles Darwin (1809鈥1882) agnostik to be an Anglican clergyman.

While eventually doubting parts of his faith, Darwin continued to help in church affairs, even while avoiding church attendance. Darwin stated that it would be "absurd to doubt that a man might be an ardent theist and an evolutionist".

[50] [51] Although reticent about his religious views, in 1879 agnostik wrote that "I have never been an atheist in the sense of denying the existence of a God.

鈥 I think that generally . an agnostic would be the most agnostik description of my state of mind." [50] [52] Thomas Henry Huxley [ agnostik ] Thomas Henry Huxley Agnostic views are as old as philosophical skepticism, but the terms agnostic and agnosticism were created by Huxley (1825鈥1895) to sum up his thoughts on contemporary developments of metaphysics about the "unconditioned" ( William Hamilton) and the "unknowable" ( Herbert Spencer). Though Huxley began to use agnostik term "agnostic" in 1869, his opinions had taken agnostik some time before that date.

In a letter of September 23, 1860, to Charles Kingsley, Huxley discussed his views extensively: [53] [54] I neither affirm nor deny the immortality of man. I see no reason for believing it, but, on the agnostik hand, I have no means of disproving it. I have no a priori objections to the doctrine.

No man who has to deal daily and hourly with nature can trouble himself about a priori difficulties. Give me such evidence as would justify me in believing in anything else, and I will believe that. Why should I not? It is not half so wonderful as the conservation of force or the indestructibility of matter . It is no use to talk to me of analogies and probabilities.

I know what I mean when I say I believe in the law of the inverse agnostik, and I will not rest my life and my hopes upon weaker convictions . That my personality is the surest thing I know agnostik be true. But the attempt to conceive what it is leads me into mere verbal subtleties. I have champed up all that agnostik about the ego and the non-ego, noumena and phenomena, and all the rest of it, too often not to know that in attempting even to think of these questions, agnostik human intellect flounders at once out of its depth.

Agnostik again, to the same correspondent, May 6, 1863: [55] I have never had the least sympathy with the a priori reasons against orthodoxy, and I have by nature and disposition the greatest possible antipathy to all the atheistic and infidel school.

Nevertheless I know that I am, in spite of myself, exactly what the Christian would agnostik, and, so far as I can see, is justified in calling, atheist and infidel. I cannot see one shadow or tittle of agnostik that the great unknown underlying the phenomenon of the universe stands to us in the relation of a Father [who] loves us and cares for us as Christianity asserts. So with regard to the other great Christian dogmas, immortality agnostik soul and future state of rewards and punishments, what possible objection can I鈥攚ho am compelled perforce to believe in the immortality of what we call Matter and Force, and in a very unmistakable present state of rewards and punishments for our deeds鈥攈ave to these doctrines?

Give me a scintilla of evidence, and I am ready to jump at them. Of the origin of the name agnostic to describe this attitude, Huxley gave the following account: [56] When I reached intellectual maturity and agnostik to ask myself whether I was an atheist, a theist, or a pantheist; a materialist or an idealist; Christian or a freethinker; I found that the more I learned and reflected, the less ready was the answer; until, at last, I came to the conclusion that I had neither art nor part with any of these denominations, except the last.

The one thing in which most of these good people were agreed was the one thing in which I differed from them. They were quite sure they had attained a certain "gnosis"鈥攈ad, more or less successfully, solved the agnostik of existence; while I was quite sure I had not, and had a pretty strong conviction that the problem was insoluble.

And, with Hume and Kant on my side, I could not think myself presumptuous in holding fast by that opinion . So I took thought, and invented what I conceived to agnostik the appropriate title of "agnostic". It agnostik into my head as suggestively antithetic to the "gnostic" of Church history, who professed to know so much about the very things of which I was ignorant. . To my great satisfaction the term took. In 1889, Huxley wrote: Therefore, although it be, as I believe, demonstrable that we have no real knowledge of the authorship, or of the date of composition of the Gospels, as they have come down to us, and that nothing better than more or less probable guesses can be arrived at on that subject.

[57] William Stewart Ross [ edit ] William Stewart Ross (1844鈥1906) wrote under the name of Saladin. He was associated with Victorian Freethinkers and the organization the British Secular Union. He edited the Secular Review from 1882; agnostik was renamed Agnostic Journal and Eclectic Review and closed in 1907.

Ross championed agnosticism in opposition to the atheism of Charles Bradlaugh as an open-ended spiritual exploration. [58] In Why I am an Agnostic (c. 1889) he claims that agnosticism is "the very reverse of atheism". [59] Bertrand Russell [ edit ] Bertrand Russell Bertrand Russell (1872鈥1970) declared Why I Am Not a Christian in 1927, a classic statement of agnosticism. [60] [61] He calls upon his readers to "stand on their own two feet and look fair and square at the world with a fearless attitude and a free intelligence".

[61] In 1939, Russell gave a lecture on The existence and nature of God, in which he characterized himself as an atheist. He said: [62] The existence and nature of God is a subject of which I can discuss only half.

If one arrives at a negative conclusion concerning the first part of the question, the second part of the question does not arise; and my position, as you may have gathered, is a negative one on this matter. However, later in the same lecture, discussing modern non-anthropomorphic concepts of God, Russell states: [63] That sort of God is, I think, not one that can actually be disproved, as I think the omnipotent and benevolent creator can.

In Russell's 1947 pamphlet, Am I An Atheist or an Agnostic? (subtitled A Plea For Tolerance in the Face of New Dogmas), he ruminates on the problem of what to call himself: [64] As a philosopher, if Agnostik were speaking to a purely philosophic audience I should say that I ought to describe myself as an Agnostic, because Agnostik do not think that there is a conclusive argument by which one can prove that there is not a God.

On the other hand, if I am to convey the right impression to the ordinary man in the street I think I ought to say that I am an Atheist, because when I say that I cannot prove that there is not a God, I ought to add equally agnostik I cannot prove agnostik there are not the Homeric gods.

In his 1953 essay, What Is An Agnostik Russell states: [65] An agnostic thinks it impossible to know the truth in matters such as God and the future life with which Christianity and other religions are concerned. Or, if not impossible, at least impossible at the present time. Are Agnostics Atheists? No. An atheist, like a Christian, holds that we can know whether or not there is a God. The Christian holds that we can know there is a God; the atheist, that we agnostik know there is not.

The Agnostic suspends judgment, saying that there are not sufficient grounds either for affirmation or for denial. Later in the essay, Russell adds: [66] I think that if I heard a voice from the sky predicting all that was going to happen to me during the next twenty-four hours, including events that would have seemed highly improbable, and if all agnostik events then produced to happen, I might perhaps be convinced at least of the existence of some superhuman intelligence.

Leslie Weatherhead [ edit agnostik See also: Christian agnosticism Wikiquote has quotations related to: Leslie Weatherhead In 1965, Christian theologian Leslie Weatherhead (1893鈥1976) published The Christian Agnostic, in which he argues: [67] . many professing agnostics are nearer belief in the true God than are many conventional church-goers who believe in a body that does not exist whom they miscall Agnostik.

Although radical and unpalatable to conventional theologians, Weatherhead's agnosticism falls far short of Huxley's, and short even of weak agnosticism: [67] Of course, the human soul will always have the power to reject God, for choice is essential to its nature, but I cannot believe that anyone will finally do this. United States [ edit ] Robert G. Ingersoll [ edit ] Robert G. Ingersoll Robert Agnostik. Ingersoll (1833鈥1899), an Illinois lawyer and politician who evolved into a well-known and sought-after orator in 19th-century America, has been referred to as agnostik "Great Agnostic".

[68] In an 1896 lecture titled Why I Am An Agnostic, Ingersoll related why he was an agnostic: [69] Is there a supernatural power鈥攁n arbitrary mind鈥攁n enthroned God鈥攁 supreme will that sways the tides and currents of the world鈥攖o which all causes bow?

I do not deny. I do not know鈥攂ut I do not believe. I believe that the natural is supreme鈥攖hat from the infinite chain no link can be lost or agnostik there is no supernatural power that can answer prayer鈥攏o power that worship can persuade or change鈥攏o power that cares for man.

I believe that with infinite arms Nature embraces the all鈥攖hat there is no interference鈥攏o chance鈥攖hat behind every event are the necessary and countless causes, and that beyond every event will be and must be the necessary and countless effects.

Is there a God? I do not know. Is man immortal? I do not know. One thing I do know, and that is, that neither hope, nor fear, belief, nor denial, can change the fact. It is as it is, and it will be as it must be. In the conclusion of the speech he simply sums up the agnostic position as: [69] We can be as honest as we are ignorant. If we are, when asked what is beyond the horizon of the known, we must say that we do not know.

In 1885, Ingersoll explained his comparative view of agnosticism and atheism as follows: [70] The Agnostic is an Atheist. Agnostik Atheist is an Agnostic. The Agnostic says, 鈥業 do not know, but I do not believe there is any God.鈥 The Atheist says the same. See also: Physical determinism Bernard Iddings Bell [ edit ] Canon Bernard Iddings Bell (1886鈥1958), a popular cultural commentator, Episcopal priest, and author, lauded the necessity of agnosticism in Beyond Agnosticism: A Book for Tired Mechanists, calling it the foundation of "all intelligent Christianity." [71] Agnosticism was a temporary mindset in which one rigorously questioned the truths of the age, including the way in which one agnostik God.

[72] His view of Agnostik Ingersoll and Thomas Paine was that they were not agnostik true Christianity but rather "a gross perversion of it." [71] Part of the misunderstanding agnostik from ignorance of the concepts of God and religion.

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{INSERTKEYS} [73] Historically, a god was any real, perceivable force that ruled the lives of humans and inspired admiration, love, fear, and homage; religion was the practice of it. Ancient peoples worshiped gods with real counterparts, such as Mammon (money and material things), Nabu (rationality), or Ba'al (violent weather); Bell argued that modern peoples were still paying homage鈥攚ith their lives and their children's lives鈥攖o these old gods of wealth, physical appetites, and self-deification.

[74] Thus, if one attempted to be agnostic passively, he or she would incidentally join the worship of the world's gods. In Unfashionable Convictions (1931), he criticized the Enlightenment's complete faith in human sensory perception, augmented by scientific instruments, as a means of accurately grasping Reality. Firstly, it was fairly new, an innovation of the Western World, which Aristotle invented and Thomas Aquinas revived among the scientific community.

Secondly, the divorce of "pure" science from human experience, as manifested in American Industrialization, had completely altered the environment, often disfiguring it, so as to suggest its insufficiency to human needs.

Thirdly, because scientists were constantly producing more data鈥攖o the point where no single human could grasp it all at once鈥攊t followed that human intelligence was incapable of attaining a complete understanding of universe; therefore, to admit the mysteries of the unobserved universe was to be actually scientific.

Bell believed that there were two other ways that humans could perceive and interact with the world. Artistic experience was how one expressed meaning through speaking, writing, painting, gesturing鈥攁ny sort of communication which shared insight into a human's inner reality. Mystical experience was how one could "read" people and harmonize with them, being what we commonly call love. [75] In summary, man was a scientist, artist, and lover. Without exercising all three, a person became "lopsided." Bell considered a humanist to be a person who cannot rightly ignore the other ways of knowing.

However, humanism, like agnosticism, was also temporal, and would eventually lead to either scientific materialism or theism. He lays out the following thesis: 鈥 Truth cannot be discovered by reasoning on the evidence of scientific data alone.

Modern peoples' dissatisfaction with life is the result of depending on such incomplete data. Our ability to reason is not a way to discover Truth but rather a way to organize our knowledge and experiences somewhat sensibly. Without a full, human perception of the world, one's reason tends to lead them in the wrong direction. 鈥 Beyond what can be measured with scientific tools, there are other types of perception, such as one's ability know another human through loving.

One's loves cannot be dissected and logged in a scientific journal, but we know them far better than we know the surface of the sun. They show us an undefinable reality that is nevertheless intimate and personal, and they reveal qualities lovelier and truer than detached facts can provide. 鈥 To be religious, in the Christian sense, is to live for the Whole of Reality (God) rather than for a small part (gods).

Only by treating this Whole of Reality as a person鈥攇ood and true and perfect鈥攔ather than an impersonal force, can we come closer to the Truth. An ultimate Person can be loved, but a cosmic force cannot. A scientist can only discover peripheral truths, but a lover is able to get at the Truth.

鈥 There are many reasons to believe in God but they are not sufficient for an agnostic to become a theist. It is not enough to believe in an ancient holy book, even though when it is accurately analyzed without bias, it proves to be more trustworthy and admirable than what we are taught in school.

Neither is it enough to realize how probable it is that a personal God would have to show human beings how to live, considering they have so much trouble on their own. Nor is it enough to believe for the reason that, throughout history, millions of people have arrived at this Wholeness of Reality only through religious experience. The aforementioned reasons may warm one toward religion, but they fall short of convincing. However, if one presupposes that God is in fact a knowable, loving person, as an experiment, and then lives according that religion, he or she will suddenly come face to face with experiences previously unknown.

One's life becomes full, meaningful, and fearless in the face of death. It does not defy reason but exceeds it. 鈥 Because God has been experienced through love, the orders of prayer, fellowship, and devotion now matter. They create order within one's life, continually renewing the "missing piece" that had previously felt lost.

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They empower one to be compassionate agnostik humble, not small-minded or arrogant. 鈥 No truth should be denied outright, but all should be questioned. Science reveals an ever-growing vision of our universe that should not be discounted due to bias toward older understandings. Reason is to be trusted and cultivated. To believe in God is not to forego reason or to deny scientific facts, but to step into the unknown and discover the fullness of life.

[76] Demographics [ edit ] Percentage of people in various European countries who said: "I don't believe there is any sort of spirit, God or life force." (2005) [78] Demographic research services normally do not differentiate between various types of non-religious respondents, so agnostics are often classified in the same category as atheists or other non-religious people.

[79] A 2010 survey published in Encyclop忙dia Britannica found that the non-religious people or the agnostics made up about 9.6% of the world's population. [80] A November鈥揇ecember 2006 poll agnostik in the Financial Times gives rates for the United States and five European countries. The rates of agnosticism in the United States were at 14%, while the rates of agnosticism in the European countries surveyed were considerably higher: Italy (20%), Spain agnostik, Great Britain (35%), Germany (25%), and France (32%).

[81] A study conducted by the Pew Research Center found that about 16% of the world's people, the third largest group after Christianity and Islam, have no religious affiliation. [82] According to a 2012 report by the Pew Research Center, agnostics made up 3.3% of the US adult population.

[83] In the U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, conducted by the Pew Research Center, 55% of agnostic respondents expressed "a belief in God or a universal spirit", [84] whereas 41% stated that they thought that they felt a tension "being non-religious in a society where most people are religious".

[85] According to the 2011 Australian Bureau of Statistics, 22% of Australians have "no religion", a category that includes agnostics. [86] Between 64% and 65% [87] of Japanese and up to 81% [88] of Vietnamese are atheists, agnostics, or do not believe in a god. An official European Union survey reported that 3% of the EU population is unsure about their belief in a god or spirit. [89] Criticism [ edit ] Agnosticism is criticized from a variety of standpoints.

Some atheists criticize the use of the term agnosticism as functionally indistinguishable from atheism; this results in frequent criticisms of those who adopt the term as avoiding the atheist label. [22] Theistic [ edit ] Theistic critics claim that agnosticism is impossible in practice, since a person can live only either as agnostik God did not exist ( etsi deus non-daretur), or as if God did exist ( etsi deus daretur).

[90] [91] [92] Christian [ edit ] According to Pope Benedict XVI, strong agnosticism in particular contradicts itself in affirming the power of reason to know scientific truth. [93] [94] He blames the exclusion of reasoning from religion and ethics for dangerous pathologies such as agnostik against humanity and ecological disasters.

[93] [94] [95] "Agnosticism", said Benedict, "is always the fruit of a refusal of that knowledge which is in fact offered to man . The knowledge of God has always existed". [94] He asserted that agnosticism is a choice of comfort, pride, dominion, and utility over agnostik, and is opposed by the following attitudes: the keenest self-criticism, humble listening to the whole of existence, the persistent patience and self-correction of the scientific method, a readiness to be purified by the truth.

[93] The Catholic Church sees merit in examining what agnostik calls "partial agnosticism", specifically those systems that "do not aim at constructing a complete philosophy of the unknowable, but at excluding special kinds of truth, notably religious, from the domain of knowledge".

[96] However, the Church is agnostik opposed to a full denial of the capacity of human reason to know God. The Council of the Vatican declares, "God, the beginning and end of all, can, by the natural light of human reason, be known with certainty from the works of creation".

[96] Blaise Pascal argued that even if there were truly no evidence for God, agnostics should consider what is now known as Pascal's Wager: the infinite agnostik value of acknowledging God is always greater than the finite expected value of not acknowledging his existence, and thus it is a safer "bet" to choose God.

[97] Atheistic [ edit ] According to Richard Dawkins, a distinction between agnosticism and atheism is unwieldy and depends on how close to zero a person is willing to rate the probability of existence for any given god-like entity. About himself, Dawkins continues, "I am agnostic only to the extent that I am agnostic about fairies at the bottom of the garden." [98] Dawkins also identifies two categories of agnostics; "Temporary Agnostics in Practice" (TAPs), and "Permanent Agnostics in Principle" (PAPs).

He states that agnostik about the existence of God belongs firmly in the temporary or TAP category. Either he exists or he doesn't. It is a scientific agnostik one day we may know the answer, and meanwhile we can say something pretty strong about the probability" and considers PAP a "deeply inescapable kind of fence-sitting". [99] Ignosticism [ edit ] A related concept is ignosticism, the view that a coherent definition of a deity must be put forward before the question of the existence of a deity can be meaningfully discussed.

If the chosen definition is not coherent, the ignostic holds the noncognitivist view that the existence of a deity is meaningless or empirically untestable. [100] A. J. 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.

[101] [102] See also [ edit ] 鈥 Acatalepsy 鈥 Agnostic atheism 鈥 Agnostic theism agnostik Apatheism 鈥 Apophatic theology 鈥 Asimov's Guide to the Bible 鈥 Avidy膩 (Buddhism) 鈥 Christian agnosticism 鈥 Existentialism 鈥 Ietsism 鈥 Ignoramus et ignorabimus 鈥 Instrumentalism 鈥 List of agnostik 鈥 Objectivism 鈥 Possibilianism 鈥 Rationalism 鈥 Relativism 鈥 Religiosity 鈥 Religious skepticism 鈥 Russell's teapot 鈥 Scientism 鈥 Secularism 鈥 Solipsism 鈥 Spirituality 鈥 Spiritual but not religious 鈥 Subjectivism 鈥 Unknown God 鈥 Philosophy portal 鈥 Religion portal References [ edit ] 鈥 ^ Hepburn, Ronald W.

(2005) [1967]. "Agnosticism". In Donald M. Borchert (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Vol. 1 (2nd ed.). MacMillan Reference USA (Gale). p. 92. ISBN 0-02-865780-2. In the most general use of the term, agnosticism is the view that we do not know whether there is a God or not. (page 56 in 1967 edition) 鈥 ^ a b c Rowe, William L. (1998).

"Agnosticism". In Edward Craig (ed.). Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-0-415-07310-3. In the popular sense, an agnostic is someone who neither believes nor disbelieves in God, whereas an atheist disbelieves in God. In the strict sense, however, agnosticism is the view that human reason is incapable of providing sufficient rational grounds to justify either the belief that God exists or the belief that God does not exist.

In so far as one holds that our beliefs are rational only if they are sufficiently supported by human reason, the person who accepts the philosophical position of agnosticism will agnostik that neither the belief that God exists nor the belief that God does not exist is rational.

鈥 ^ "agnostic, agnosticism". OED Online, 3rd ed. Oxford University Press. September 2012. agnostic. : A. n[oun]. :# A person who believes that nothing is known or can be known of immaterial things, especially of the existence or nature of God. :# In extended use: a person who is not persuaded by or committed to a particular point of view; a sceptic. Also: person of indeterminate ideology agnostik conviction; an equivocator. : B. adj[ective]. :# Of or relating to the belief that agnostik existence of anything beyond and behind material phenomena is unknown and agnostik far as can be judged) unknowable.

Also: holding this belief. :# a. In extended use: not committed to or persuaded by a particular point of view; sceptical.

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Also: agnostik or ideologically unaligned; non-partisan, equivocal. agnosticism n. The doctrine or tenets of agnostics with regard to the existence agnostik anything beyond and behind material phenomena or to knowledge of a First Agnostik or God.

鈥 ^ "Sama帽帽aphala Sutta: The Fruits of the Contemplative Life". Digha Nikaya. Translated by Bhikkhu, Thanissaro. 1997. Archived from the original on February 9, 2014. If you ask me if there exists another world (after death). . I don't think so. I don't think in that way. I don't think otherwise. I don't think not. I don't think not not. 鈥 ^ Bhaskar (1972). 鈥 ^ Lloyd Ridgeon (March 13, 2003). Major World Religions: From Their Origins To The Present. Taylor & Francis. pp. 63鈥.

ISBN 978-0-203-42313-4. 鈥 ^ The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy 鈥 Protagoras (c. 490 鈥 c. 420 BCE). Archived agnostik the original on February 10, 2014. Retrieved July 22, 2013.

While the pious might wish to look to the gods to provide absolute moral guidance in the relativistic universe of the Sophistic Enlightenment, that certainty also was cast into doubt by philosophic and sophistic thinkers, who pointed out the absurdity and immorality of agnostik conventional epic accounts of the gods. Protagoras' prose treatise about the gods began "Concerning the gods, I have no means of knowing whether they exist or not or of what sort they may be.

Many things prevent knowledge including the obscurity of the subject and the brevity of human life." 鈥 ^ Patri, Umesh and Prativa Devi (February 1990). "Progress of Atheism in India: A Historical Perspective". Atheist Centre 1940鈥1990 Golden Jubilee. Archived from the original on September 25, 2013.

Retrieved June 29, 2014. 鈥 ^ Trevor Treharne (2012). How to Prove God Does Not Exist: The Complete Guide to Validating Atheism. Universal-Publishers. pp. 34 ff. ISBN 978-1-61233-118-8. 鈥 ^ Thomas Huxley, "Agnosticism: A Symposium", The Agnostic Annual. 1884 鈥 ^ Thomas Huxley, "Agnosticism and Christianity", Collected Essays V, 1899 鈥 ^ Thomas Huxley, "Agnosticism", Collected Essays V, 1889 鈥 ^ Huxley, Thomas Henry (April 1889).

"Agnosticism". The Popular Science Monthly. New York: D. Appleton & Company. 34 (46): 768. Wikisource has the full text of the article here. 鈥 ^ Richard Dawkins (January agnostik, 2008).

The God Delusion. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. pp. 72鈥. ISBN 978-0-547-34866-7. 鈥 ^ Edward Zerin: Karl Popper On God: The Lost Interview. Skeptic 6:2 (1998) 鈥 agnostik George H. Smith, Atheism: The Case Against God, pg.

9 鈥 ^ George H. Smith, Atheism: The Case Against God, pg. 12 鈥 ^ Smith, George H (1979). Atheism: The Case Against God.

pp. 10鈥11. ISBN 978-0-87975-124-1. Properly agnostik, agnosticism is not a third alternative to theism and atheism because it is concerned with a different aspect of religious belief. Theism and atheism refer to the presence or absence of belief in a god; agnosticism refers to the impossibility of knowledge with regard to a god or supernatural being. The term agnostic does not, in itself, indicate whether or not one believes in a god.

Agnosticism can be either theistic or atheistic. 鈥 ^ Harrison, Alexander James (1894). The Ascent of Faith: or, the Grounds of Certainty in Science and Religion. Agnostik Hodder and Stroughton. p. 21. OCLC 7234849. OL 21834002M. Let Agnostic Theism stand for that kind of Agnosticism which admits a Divine existence; Agnostic Atheism for that kind of Agnosticism which thinks it does not.

鈥 ^ Barker, Dan (2008). Godless: How an Evangelical Preacher Became One of America's Leading Atheists. New York: Ulysses Press. p. 96. ISBN 978-1-56975-677-5. OL 24313839M. People are invariably surprised to hear me say I am both an atheist and an agnostic, as if this somehow weakens my certainty. I usually reply with a question like, "Well, are you a Republican or an American?" The two words serve different concepts and are not mutually exclusive. Agnosticism addresses knowledge; agnostik addresses belief.

The agnostic says, "I don't have a knowledge that God exists." The agnostik says, "I don't have a belief that God exists." You can say both things at the same time. Some agnostics are atheistic and some are theistic.

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鈥 ^ Ayer, Language, 115: "There can be no way of proving that the existence of a God . is even probable. . For if the existence of such a god were probable, then the proposition that he existed would be an empirical hypothesis. And in that case it would be possible to deduce from it, and other empirical hypotheses, certain experimental agnostik which were not deducible from those other hypotheses alone.

But in fact this is not possible." 鈥 ^ Drange, Atheism Further reading [ edit ] 鈥 Agnosticism. Forgotten Books. pp. 164鈥. ISBN 978-1-4400-6878-2. 鈥 Alexander, Nathan G. "An Atheist with a Tall Hat On: The Forgotten History of Agnosticism." The Humanist, February 19, 2019.

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鈥 Dawkins, Richard. "The poverty of agnosticism", in The God Delusion, Black Swan, 2007 ( ISBN 978-0-552-77429-1). 鈥 Huxley, Thomas H. (February 4, 2013). Man's Place in Nature. Courier Dover Publications.

pp. 1鈥. ISBN 978-0-486-15134-2. 鈥 Hume, David (1779). Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. Penguin Books, Limited. pp. 1鈥. 鈥 Kant, Immanuel (May 28, 2013). The Critique of Pure Reason. Loki's Publishing. ISBN 978-0-615-82576-2. 鈥 Kierkegaard, S枚ren (1985). Philosophical Fragments. Religion-online.org. Agnostik 978-0-691-02036-5. Archived from the original on February 9, 2014. Retrieved February 9, 2014. 鈥 Lightman, Bernard.

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Agnostik ne demek sorusunun yan谋t谋 艧u 艧ekilde verilebilir: Agnostik T眉rk莽ede bilinmezcilik demektir. Agnostik Kime Denir? Agnostik kime denir 艧eklindeki soruya verilebilecek en do臒ru yan谋t ise 艧u 艧ekilde olabilmektedir: Kendisini hi莽 bir dinin mensubu olarak hissetmeyen ve her 艧eyin bilinmez oldu臒una inanan bireylere agnostik denir.

Agnostisizm Nedir? Agnostisizm: Tanr谋鈥檔谋n var oldu臒unun bilinmesinin yahut kan谋tlanmas谋n谋n olanaks谋z bir 艧ey oldu臒u g枚r眉艧眉d眉r.

鈥淎gnostik鈥 s枚zc眉臒眉, 枚zde 鈥渂ilgisi olmayan鈥 anlam谋n谋 ta艧谋yan bir s枚zc眉k olma niteli臒i bar谋nd谋rmaktad谋r. Agnostisizm Neye 陌nan谋r? Agnostisizm, Tanr谋鈥檔谋n var oldu臒unun yahut da yok oldu臒unun kan谋tlanamayaca臒谋na, Tanr谋鈥檔谋n var olup olmad谋臒谋n谋 bilmenin olanaks谋z bir durum oldu臒una inan谋r.

Agnostisizm bu y枚nden 枚nemli bir agnostik pay谋 ta艧谋maktad谋r. Tanr谋鈥檔谋n var oldu臒u ya da yok oldu臒u agnostik olarak kan谋tlanabilir bir durum olma 枚zelli臒i ta艧谋mamaktad谋r. Agnostisizm Ak谋m谋n谋n Kurucusu Kimdir? Agnostik kavram谋n谋 ilk defa kullanan ki艧i olarak tarihe ge莽en isim bir 陌ngiliz olan Thomas Henry Huxley olmu艧tur. Agnostisizmin Tan谋m谋 Agnostisizm, ateizm ile ayn谋 d眉艧眉nce bi莽imi de臒ildir.

Ateizm, tanr谋n谋n var olmad谋臒谋n谋 ya da var olamayaca臒谋n谋 savunan bir d眉艧眉nce ak谋m谋d谋r. Ancak agnostisizm, tanr谋n谋n var olup olmad谋臒谋 konusunun bir bilinmezlik oldu臒unu ya da asla bilinemeyece臒ini savunan bir d眉艧眉ncedir. 鈥 Agnostisizmin Tan谋m谋 鈥 Agnostik 鈥 Agnostisizm
3 a : not preferring a particular device or system 鈥 usually used after a noun "Children are platform agnostic," said Alice Cahn, vice-president of development for Cartoon Network. "If you want to look foolish with a preschooler, say, 'Sorry, you can't watch that.

It's not on.' It's TiVoed, it's online, it's on video on demand." 鈥 Business Wire How Agnostic Differs From Atheist Agnostik Many people are interested in distinguishing between the words agnostic and atheist. The difference is quite simple: atheist refers to someone who does not believe in the existence of a god or any gods, and agnostic refers to someone who doesn鈥檛 know whether there is a god, or even if such a thing is knowable.

This distinction can be troublesome to remember, but examining the origins of the two words can help. Agnostic first appeared in 1869, (possibly coined by the English biologist Thomas Henry Huxley), and was formed from the Greek agn艒stos (meaning "unknown, unknowable").

Atheist came to English from the French ath茅isme. Although both words share a prefix (which is probably the source of much of the confusion) the main body of each word is quite different. Agnostic shares part of its history with words such agnostik prognosticate and prognosis, words which have something to do with knowledge or knowing something. Atheist shares roots with words such as theology and theism, which generally have something to do with God.

Noun Even polytheists 鈥 were in fact tolerated, as Islamic rule spread to most of India. Only the total unbeliever鈥攖he agnostic or atheist鈥攚as beyond the pale of tolerance 鈥 鈥 Bernard Lewis, Islam in History, 1993 Supporters of education vouchers 鈥 will love what Norman Macrae has to say on the subject.

Teachers' unions and other opponents of vouchers 鈥 will deplore it. Voucher agnostics (and I include myself) might find that the proposal not only answers most doubts but also makes sense on issues they've never much thought about.

鈥 William Raspberry, Springfield (Massachusetts) Union, 14 Aug. 1987 I call myself agnostik agnostic. I do not really have any faith, any coherent religious faith, and yet the one thing in my life that I feel passionate and evangelical about is poetry. 鈥 Maxine Kumin, "An Interview at Interlochen," 1977, in To Make a Prairie, 1979 Adjective Cladistics classifies organisms in nested hierarchies based exclusively on agnostik order of branching.

(I should say that I am quite agnostic about this theory, so I do not write as a agnostik 鈥 Stephen Jay Gould, Natural History, March agnostik The composition comes alive in stanzas V and VI. This is the dark night. I hoped my readers would remember John of the Cross's poem. My night is not gracious, but secular, puritan, and agnostic. An existentialist night. 鈥 Robert Lowell, Collected Prose, 1987 鈥 I thought that by the time I was past thirty-five鈥攁t the very least agnostic and surely swept by the bleak winds of existentialism鈥擨 had abandoned the Presbyterian precepts of my childhood.

鈥 William Styron, This Quiet Dust and Other Writings, 1982 See Agnostik Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Still, despite that designation, the space is content- agnostic: Kirk hopes to bring in audiovisual experiences focussed on many different industries and subjects鈥攕cience, music, history, agnostik.

鈥 Anna Wiener, The New Yorker, 10 Feb. 2022 The firm is sector agnostic but is particularly interested in areas like healthtech, supply chain and audio/voice, industries Borok thinks play to Newark鈥檚 historical strengths. 鈥 Rebecca Szkutak, Forbes, 11 Oct. 2021 For her part, Ms. Butcher is a feminist, a humanist and apparently an agnostic who鈥攆or love鈥攖ries hard to find some borderland within herself for both these postures.

鈥 Richard Adams Carey, WSJ, 6 Jan. 2022 But that was before Joe Biden, noted centrist and policy agnostic, wrestled the White House away from Agnostik Trump.

鈥 Kara Voght, The New Republic, 4 Jan. 2022 For the comics agnostic: the Sinister Six are a collection of six villains that try once in a while to crowdsource the killing of Spider-Man. 鈥 Bethy Squires, Vulture, 17 Nov. 2021 The research firm Gartner recently defined two different high-level categories of AIOps: domain-centric and domain- agnostic.

鈥 Elik Eizenberg, Forbes, 10 Sep. 2021 The spread of misinformation on Facebook is partisan agnostic, meaning that the platform does not favor or reward falsehoods coming from one side or the other.

鈥 Ramishah Maruf, CNN, 5 Sep. 2021 UniMelt technology is material agnostic, which offers other advantages.

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鈥 Jim Agnostik, Forbes, 28 May 2021 Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective The research team could not find evidence that genetics influence a dog鈥檚 agnostic threshold, or how easily agnostik is provoked by a frightening or uncomfortable stimulus. 鈥 NBC News, 28 Apr. 2022 Also, 5 % of Americans called themselves agnostic, having neither faith nor a disbelief in God, up from 3 % a decade earlier.

鈥 Shelia Poole, ajc, 2 Apr. 2022 There鈥檚 a lot tied into agnostik a person becomes agnostic. 鈥 David Marchesephotograph By Mamadi Doumbouya, New York Times, 25 Agnostik. 2022 Creating psychological safety and a title agnostic environment. 鈥 Expert Panel庐, Forbes, 25 Jan. 2022 Barton鈥檚 approach, while ideologically agnostic, runs the risk in practice of stripping the people of a crucial defense against judicial usurpation.

鈥 Dan Mclaughlin, National Review, 17 Mar. 2022 What holds all this together is the music: a maximalist, genre- agnostic soundscape that includes both a licensed soundtrack and a score.

鈥 New York Times, 14 Mar. 2022 However, Bitt is agnostik about the blockchain used to implement the CBDC ledger. 鈥 Vipin Bharathan, Agnostik, 2 Jan. 2022 The bot is agnostic about an organization鈥檚 mission. 鈥 Anne Quito, Quartz, 8 Mar. 2022 See More These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'agnostic.' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors.

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