SCEPTICISM (Synonyms (Apprehension, Disbelief, Distrust, Hesitation,…
Adjective + Scepticism: complete, total, considerable, deep, extreme, great, healthy, growing, widespread, initial. Example: My initial scepticism was replaced with respectful admiration.
Quantity: certain amount, degree, great deal. Example: I regard their press releases with a degree of scepticism.
Verb + Scepticism: have, express, voice. Example: She has a healthy scepticism towards the claims in the company's report.
Preposition: with. Example: This theory was initially received with great scepticism by her fellow scientists. |About/over/towards. Example: He expressed a great deal of scepticism about the value of psychoanalysis.
The extremest form of antagonism is pure scepticism or pure agnosticism, the assertion that nothing can be known.
But more important was the influence of philosophy, which led soon enough to a general scepticism among the upper classes.
Ancient scepticism was frankly opposed to religious belief.
(noun): a feeling or attitude that one does not know the truth, truthfulness, or trustworthiness of someone or something.
New Latin scepticismus, equivalent to Latin sceptic.