scepsis

Scepsis

Scep"sis\, n. [NL., from Gr. ? doubt, fr. ? to consider: cf. G. skepsis. See Skeptic.] Skepticism; skeptical philosophy. [R.]

Among their products were the system of Locke, the scepsis of Hume, the critical philosophy of Kant. --J. Martineau.
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