Definitions

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  • adj. Not skeptical.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ skeptical

Examples

  • Critical Theory developed a nonskeptical version of this conception, linking philosophy closely to the human and social sciences.

    Critical Theory

  • Professor Rawls's prolonged inquiries into the nature of justice, and into utilitarian theories of justice, first became well known through articles in philosophical journals about ten or fifteen years ago; they represented a return to the classical, nonskeptical tradition, and yet the method of argument could not be criticized as lacking logical rigor and precaution.

    A Special Supplement: A New Philosophy of the Just Society

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