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- n. Plural form of nonskeptic.
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I thought of titling this book "A Saint for All Skeptics" — but Pascal was no saint, and he wrote for nonskeptics as well as for skeptics.
This is an important point, because it is often thought that theological voluntarism is only for theists, or only for moral nonskeptics.
"skeptics" (or even nonskeptics like me), because they didn't publish enough in the peer-reviewed literature-even as he and his friends sought to make it difficult or impossible to do so.
Also via Instapundit, Ann Althouse writes on the matter of climate change skepticism, "It's the nonskeptics who look bad.