[From Greek agnostos: unknowing, unknown, unknowable.]

  1. (epistemology) The idea that one cannot know whether or not gods exist. Agnosticism adopts a "wait-and-see" attitude toward the existence of gods (similar in this regard to skepticism) and therefore is different from atheism, which positively asserts that gods do not exist.

The Ism Book by Peter Saint-Andre

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