agnostic

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bilinemezci [filoz.]
{s} agnostisizm ile ilgili
agnostik

Tom bana Mary'nin agnostik olduğunu düşündüğünü söyledi. - Tom told me that he thought Mary was agnostic.

Fadıl bir agnostik oldu. - Fadil became an agnostic.

bilinemezci
(Felsefe) 1. isim - Bilinemezci. 2. sıfat - Bilinemezcilikle ilgili
Bilinemezcilikle ilgili
agnostic alexia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) agnostik aleksi
agnosticism
bilinemezcilik
agnosticism
agnostisizm
atheistic
zındık
atheistic
allahsız
agnostic of
agnostiklik
agnostics
agnostikler
agnosticism
agnostisizm bilinemezcilik
agnosticism
{i} bilinemezcilik [filoz.]
atheistic
{s} tanrıtanımaz
atheistic
{s} allah'sız
atheistic
{s} imansız
atheistic
{s} ateistik, ateist, Tanrıtanımaz; zındık (kimse)
atheistic
{s} ateist

Burada kimse Ateist bir yaşam sürmez. Afetler sırasında veya güzel günlerde herkes Tanrı'ya inanır. - Nobody here lives an atheistic life. During disasters and during fortunes everyone relies on God.

atheistic
{s} dinsiz
İngilizce - İngilizce
Having no firmly held opinions on an issue or matter of uncertainty

He says he's agnostic concerning the Secretary's claims.

Doubtful or uncertain about the existence or demonstrability of God or other deity

She left the church when she became agnostic.

A person who holds to a form of agnosticism, especially uncertainty of the existence of a deity
Of or relating to agnosticism or its adherents

His agnostic viewpoint is summarized in his book.

A software component (or other entity) that is unaware or noncommittal regarding the specific nature of the components with which it interacts; polymorphic; modular; pluggable

The socket communications layer is agnostic with regard to its underlying transport mechanism -- it is “transport-agnostic”.

An agnostic believes that it is not possible to know whether God exists or not. Compare atheist
Agnostic means relating to agnostics or to their beliefs. You grew up in an agnostic household and have never been able to bring yourself to believe in God. someone who believes that people cannot know whether God exists or not atheist (agnostos , from a- + gnostos )
{i} one who is unsure whether or not God exists; person who refuses to declare belief in the existence or nonexistence of God; skeptic, person who is doubting or suspicious about something
{s} atheistic
An Agnostic [1] [noun] [OW] embraces a worldview in which the existence of deity is unknown or unknowable Derives from the Greek agnostos, a = without, gnostos = known or knowledge "Agnostic[ism] [CE] was coined by Professor T H Huxley in 1869 to describe the mental attitude of one who regarded as futile all attempts to know the reality corresponding to our ultimate scientific, philosophic, and religious ideas "
one who thinks that it is not possible to know whether or not a god exists
The word Agnostic derives from the negation of the Greek word [gnosis], which means esoteric knowledge of higher things Thus, a'gnostic means No-knowledge or not knowing
here: officially supporting neither one side nor the other Usually refers to someone who believes people cannot know whether God exists or not
uncertain of all claims to knowledge
person who thinks human mind is incapable of knowing whether there is a God, or an ultimate reality, or anything beyond material phenomenon
(Not committed to a belief in the existence or non-existence of any deity )
a person who believes there is a God but he takes no personal interest in His creation Since God takes has no interest in us, agnostics believe He could care less what we do or believe Therefore, they believe there is no accountability for their actions or beliefs
One who believes that we cannot prove the existence or the non-existence of deity Many agnostics believe that we cannot know anything about deity or deities at the present time, but that this could conceivably change in the future A "hard agnostic" feels that such knowledge will always be beyond human understanding
Agnostics holds it is unknowable whether a god or gods exist
A MetaPhysical Orientation toward the Divine, that stipulates that it is not possible to know anything about the Divine, including whether it exists or not
a person who doubts truth of religion
a person who believes that, at our present level of knowledge, we cannot know whether or not a God exists
a person who doubts truth of religion uncertain of all claims to knowledge
Professing ignorance; involving no dogmatic; pertaining to or involving agnosticism
One who professes ignorance, or denies that we have any knowledge, save of phenomena; one who supports agnosticism, neither affirming nor denying the existence of a personal Deity, a future life, etc
I'm agnostic
Indicates that the speaker is agnostic
agnosticism
Doubt, uncertainty, or scepticism regarding the existence of a God or of all deities

The Old Testament is responsible for more atheism, agnosticism, disbelief — call it what you will — than any book ever written; it has emptied more churches than all the counterattractions of cinema, motor bicycle and golf course.

agnosticism
The view that absolute truth or ultimate certainty is unattainable, especially regarding knowledge not based on experience or perceivable phenomena
agnosticism
The view that the existence of God or of all deities is unknown, unknowable, unproven, or unprovable
vendor agnostic
An independent consultant who will recommend products from several companies
vendor agnostic
Not tied to the products of a specific manufacturer

The vendor agnostic solution could be implemented with any off the shelf hardware.

Agnosticism
a religious orientation of doubt; a denial of ultimate knowledge of the existence of God; "agnosticism holds that you can neither prove nor disprove God's existence"
Agnosticism
Technically, there are several kinds of agnosticism: A person who says "I don't personally know whether or not any god exists It might be possible to know such a thing, but I personally don't know " Someone who believes it is not possible to know whether there are any gods A religious agnostic is a person who believes that there is a god or gods but it is not possible to know anything about such god(s)
Agnosticism
the belief that God is not knowable The word is derived from the negative ‘a’ combined with the Greek word ‘gnosis’ which means ‘knowledge ’ Hence, agnosticism is the belief that God cannot be known
Agnosticism
A philosophy that denies the possibility of certitudes
Agnosticism
The belief that it is not possible to know if there is or is not a God (Compare Atheism, Deism, and Theism )
Agnosticism
An agnostic believes several things First, an agnostic believes that certainty about "first principles" or truth is unattainable Only perceptual phenomena are objects of exact knowledge Second, agnostics believe that confirming or denying the existence of God or gods is impossible
Agnosticism
The belief that the existence of God is not knowable The word is derived from the negative 'a' combined with the Greek word 'gnosis' which means 'knowledge ' Hence, agnosticism is the belief that God cannot be known
Agnosticism
the disbelief in any claims of ultimate knowledge
Agnosticism
The belief that there is insufficient evidence either for or against the existence of God, therefore the only sound decision is not to decide
Agnosticism
the claim that there is not enough evidence for us to know whether God does or does not exist; sometimes called religious skepticism
Agnosticism
(Gk a - no, gnosis - knowledge) Literally: "no-knowledge-ism " The view that one does not, or can not, know ultimate reality (especially God) The position that God's existence cannot be determined due to an insufficiency of knowledge (thus implying the suspension of judgment)
Agnosticism
the position that not enough evidence exists for us to know whether there is or is not a God antecedent: p (the sentence after the "if") in a conditional statement
Agnosticism
Belief that human beings do not have sufficient evidence to warrant either the affirmation or the denial of a proposition The term is used especially in reference to our lack of knowledge of the existence of god Recommended Reading: Clarence Darrow, Why I Am an Agnostic and Other Essays (Prometheus, 1994) {at Amazon com} and Bertrand Russell, Why I Am Not a Christian, and Other Essays on Religion and Related Subjects (Simon & Schuster, 1977) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP, BGHT, ColE, noesis, ISM, and MacE
Agnosticism
Genus: Position on the existence of God Differentia: The claim of non-belief in God and the non-disbelief in God - that the state of Gods existence is unknowable Comment: This is an example of the evasion of the Law of Excluded Middle
Agnosticism
the belief that one cannot know if God exists or not, amounts to a suspension of knowledge As with atheism, it rejects the many self-disclosures of God It is an affront to the God Who has spoken, is based on pride, and offers no hope for life now or after death Both positions are contrary to the basic makeup of human beings, who desperately need contact with their Creator and have the spiritual capacity to interact with Him
Agnosticism
a claim of ignorance; the claim that God's existence· can be neither proved nor disproved
Agnosticism
Click to check definition not being sure whether God exists You require more proof
Agnosticism
a claim of ignorance; the claim that God's existence· can be neither proved nor disproved
Agnosticism
The absence of "gnosis" or knowledge The term "agnosticism" was devised by Thomas Huxley Briefly, it tends to suggest the quality of "not knowing" something To some agnostics, it merely suggests that their knowledge is limited Others use the term to suggest that true "knowledge" about anything is impossible A person who "does not know" whether there is a god or not can be without a god belief and therefore an atheist However, some god believers believe in an "unknowable" god so they can also be properly defined as agnostics This is one reason many atheists avoid using the word agnostic to describe their ideas Unless a person further defines their views, using the word agnostic tends to encourage confusion
Agnosticism
The doctrine that refuses to accept the evidence of revelation and holds that it is impossible to prove or disprove the existence of God Hence, any doctrine which holds the impossibility of any true knowledge, such as the doctrine that all knowledge is relative
Agnosticism
the belief that the existence of God is not knowable The word is derived from the negative ‘a’ combined with the Greek word ‘gnosis’ which means ‘knowledge ’ Hence, agnosticism is the belief that God cannot be known
Agnosticism
Greek: agnostikos, "not knowing" Doctrine that the existence of God and other spiritual beings is neither certain nor impossible Introduced into English in the 19th century by the British biologist Thomas Henry Huxley
Agnosticism
The philosophical belief that knowledge of God is impossible because of the inherent, insuperable limitations of the human mind The term was coined by T H Huxley about 1870, who, though not the concept's originator, was perhaps its most widely known champion in the latter half of the 19th century Huxley and agnosticism Huxley on agnosticism
Agnosticism
n the view that any ultimate reality (as God) is unknown and probably unknowable
Agnosticism
the theory that God or the afterlife cannot be known with certainty (Cf Vatican II, GS 57 )
Agnosticism
doctrine that the existence of God and other spiritual beings is neither certain nor impossible The term, derived from the Greek agnostikos ("not knowing"), was introduced into English in the 19th century by the British biologist Thomas Henry Huxley The agnostic position is distinct from both Theism, which affirms the existence of such beings, and Atheism, although Agnosticism is technically a form of Atheism Although usually regarded as a form of Skepticism, Agnosticism is more limited in scope, for it denies the reliability only of metaphysical and theological beliefs rather than of all beliefs The basis of modern Agnosticism lies in the works of the Scottish philosopher David Hume and the German philosopher Immanuel Kant, both of whom pointed out logical fallacies in the traditional arguments for the existence of God and of the soul Like Agnosticism, Logical Positivism rejects both Atheism and Theism, and maintains that metaphysical statements are meaningless
agnosticism
the disbelief in any claims of ultimate knowledge a religious orientation of doubt; a denial of ultimate knowledge of the existence of God; "agnosticism holds that you can neither prove nor disprove God's existence
agnosticism
The doctrine that the existence of a personal Deity, an unseen world, etc
agnosticism
can be neither proved nor disproved, because of the necessary limits of the human mind (as sometimes charged upon Hamilton and Mansel), or because of the insufficiency of the evidence furnished by physical and physical data, to warrant a positive conclusion (as taught by the school of Herbert Spencer); opposed alike dogmatic skepticism and to dogmatic theism
agnosticism
doubt, uncertainty, or skepticism regarding the existence of God or of all deities
agnosticism
That doctrine which, professing ignorance, neither asserts nor denies
agnosticism
Agnosticism is the belief that it is not possible to say definitely whether or not there is a God. Compare atheism. Doctrine that one cannot know the existence of anything beyond the phenomena of experience. It is popularly equated with religious skepticism, and especially with the rejection of traditional Christian beliefs under the impact of modern scientific thought. T.H. Huxley popularized philosophical agnosticism after coining the term agnostic (as opposed to gnostic) in 1869, to designate one who repudiated traditional Judeo-Christian theism but was not a doctrinaire atheist (see atheism). Agnosticism may mean no more than the suspension of judgment on ultimate questions because of insufficient evidence, or it may constitute a rejection of traditional Christian tenets
agnosticism
{i} belief that knowledge is limited to human experience
agnostics
plural of agnostic
agnostic

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    /agˈnästək/ /æɡˈnɑːstɪk/

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    [ ag-'näs-tik, &g- ] (noun.) 1869. First attested in 1870; coined by Thomas Huxley. Either from Ancient Greek ἄγνωστος (agnōstos, “ignorant, not knowing”) or from a- + Gnostic. Deriving (either way) from Ancient Greek ἀ- (a-, “not”) + γιγνώσκω (gignōskō, “I know”).

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