One who professes lack of knowledge or denies that people have knowledge save of phenomena one who aids agnosticism neither affirming nor doubting the presence of your own Deity another life etc
- Professing lack of knowledge involving no dogmatic with respect to or involving agnosticism
- of or pertaining to an agnostic or agnosticism
- a person who is skeptical or noncommittal about anything
- uncertain of all of the statements to knowledge
- somebody who claims which they cannot have true information about the existence of Jesus (but cannot deny that Jesus might occur)
- Professing ignorance; involving no dogmatic; pertaining to or involving agnosticism.
- one that professes ignorance, or denies that people have any understanding, save of phenomena; a person who aids agnosticism, neither affirming nor doubting the presence of an individual Deity, another life, etc.
1870, "one who professes that presence of a First reason as well as the essential nature of things aren't and should not be understood" [Klein]; created by T.H. Huxley (1825-1895), supposedly in September 1869, from Greek agnostos "unknown, unknowable," from a- "not" + gnostos "(is) known" (see gnostic). Occasionally said to be a reference to Paul's reference to the altar to "the not known Jesus," but based on Huxley it was created with reference to the early Church action generally Gnosticism (see Gnostic).I ... created the thing I conceived become the appropriate subject of 'agnostic,' ... antithetic on 'Gnostic' of Church history just who professed to learn a great deal in regards to the extremely things that I was ignorant. [T.H. Huxley, "Science and Christian custom," 1889] The adjective is very first recorded 1870.
(a.) Professing lack of knowledge; involving no dogmatic; related to or concerning agnosticism.
- (letter.) One that professes ignorance, or denies that people have understanding, save of phenomena; a person who aids agnosticism, neither affirming nor doubting the presence of a personal Deity, another life, etc.
It is a self-destructive dualism, a confessedly one-sided monism, agnostic as to the fundamental problem.