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-[[Philosophical skepticism]] - At least in its manifestation of Nagarjuna's texts that form the core of Madhyamaka, the anti-essentialist aspect of [[Buddhism]] makes it an [[anti-philosophy]]. ... +'''Philosophical skepticism''' (UK spelling, '''scepticism''') is both a [[Philosophy|philosophical]] school of thought and a method that crosses disciplines and cultures. A skeptic critically examines the meaning systems of his/her time, and this examination usually results in a position of ambiguity or doubt. This doubt can range from disbelief in contemporary philosophical solutions, to [[agnosticism]], to rejecting the reality of the external world.
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Philosophical skepticism (UK spelling, scepticism) is both a philosophical school of thought and a method that crosses disciplines and cultures. A skeptic critically examines the meaning systems of his/her time, and this examination usually results in a position of ambiguity or doubt. This doubt can range from disbelief in contemporary philosophical solutions, to agnosticism, to rejecting the reality of the external world.



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