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scepticism

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    noun
    Skepsis, die; (Philos.) Skeptizismus, der; (religious doubt) Glaubenszweifel Pl.
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    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) die Skepsis
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    scep·ti·cism, AM skep·ti·cism
    [ˈskeptɪsɪzəm]
    n no pl Skepsis f
    with a degree of \scepticism mit einer gewissen Skepsis
    healthy \scepticism gesunde Skepsis
    to greet sth with \scepticism etw dat mit Skepsis begegnen
    to treat sth with \scepticism etw mit Skepsis behandeln
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    (US) ['skeptIsIzəm]
    n
    Skepsis f (about gegenüber)
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    scepticism, besonders US skepticism [-sızəm] academic.ru/64580/scepsis">scepsis
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    noun
    Skepsis, die; (Philos.) Skeptizismus, der; (religious doubt) Glaubenszweifel Pl.
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    (UK) n.
    Skepsis f.

    English-german dictionary

  • 2 scepticism

    ˈskeptɪsɪzm сущ.
    1) филос. скептицизм
    2) скептицизм, скептическое отношение (about) to demonstrate, display, maintain scepticism ≈ относиться скептически to maintain a healthy scepticism about smth. ≈ относиться к чему-л. со здоровым скепсисом an air of scepticism ≈ скептицизм Syn : doubt скептицизм scepticism скептицизм

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

  • 3 scepticism

    scep·ti·cism [ʼskeptɪsɪzəm], (Am) skep·ti·cism n
    no pl
    Skepsis f;
    with a degree of \scepticism mit einer gewissen Skepsis;
    healthy \scepticism gesunde Skepsis;
    to greet sth with \scepticism etw dat mit Skepsis begegnen;
    to treat sth with \scepticism etw mit Skepsis behandeln

    English-German students dictionary

  • 4 scepticism

    '-sizəm
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) escepticismo
    scepticism
    tr['skeptɪsɪzəm]
    noun
    1 escepticismo
    scepticism
    n.
    escepticismo s.m.
    (US) ['skeptɪsɪzǝm]
    N escepticismo m

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 5 scepticism

    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) skepsis
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    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) skepsis

    English-Danish dictionary

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    skepticism ['skeptɪsɪzəm] nome scetticismo m. (about riguardo a)
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    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) scetticismo
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    scepticism
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    skepticism ['skeptɪsɪzəm] nome scetticismo m. (about riguardo a)

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 7 scepticism

    ['skeptɪsɪz(ə)m]
    сущ.; брит.; амер. skepticism
    1) скептицизм, скептическое отношение

    to demonstrate, display, maintain scepticism — относиться скептически

    to maintain a healthy scepticism about smth. — относиться к чему-л. со здоровым скепсисом

    Syn:
    2) филос. скептицизм

    Англо-русский современный словарь

  • 8 scepticism

    scepticism [ˊskeptɪsɪzǝm] n
    скептици́зм

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 9 scepticism

    n
    1. скептицизм; философское направление, основанное Пирроном в IV в. до н.э., представители которого выражали сомнение в возможности познания мира, не верили в обоснование рациональных норм поведения;
    2. критическое отношение к чему-либо, сомнение в истинности чего-либо.
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    сущ.
    1) скептицизм; философское направление, основанное Пирроном в IV в. до н.э., представители которого выражали сомнение в возможности познания мира, не верили в обоснование рациональных норм поведения;
    2) критическое отношение к чему-либо, сомнение в истинности чего-либо.

    Англо-русский словарь по социологии

  • 10 scepticism

    '-sizəm
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) skepsis, mistro
    subst. \/ˈskeptɪsɪ(zə)m\/ eller skepticism
    1) (filosofi) skeptisisme
    2) skepsis, mistro, tvil

    English-Norwegian dictionary

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    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) tortryggni

    English-Icelandic dictionary

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    szkepticizmus, kétkedés, kételkedés
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    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) két(el)kedés

    English-Hungarian dictionary

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    N
    1. अविश्वास
    Scepticism is his nature.

    English-Hindi dictionary

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    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) cepticismo
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    scep.ti.cism
    [sk'eptisizəm] n ceticismo, descrença.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

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    {'skeptisizm}
    n скептицизъм
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    {'skeptisizm} n скептицизъм.
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    скептицизъм;
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    n скептицизъм
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    scepticism[´skepti¸sizəm] n скептицизъм.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

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    n. şüphecilik, kuşkuculuk, septisizm
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    şüphecilik
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    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) kuşkuculuk

    English-Turkish dictionary

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    ['-sizəm]
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) dvom

    English-Slovenian dictionary

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    • epäluulo
    • epäilys
    • epäily
    • epäileväisyys
    • epäilevyys
    • skeptisismi
    • skeptisyys
    • kyynisyys
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    '-sizəm
    noun (a doubting or questioning attitude: I regard his theories with scepticism.) epäily

    English-Finnish dictionary

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    n. scepticisme, kritische houding
    scepticism
    [ skeptissizm]
    scepticismetwijfelzucht; 〈filosofie〉 leer van Pyrrho
    kritische houding

    English-Dutch dictionary

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    scepticism, skepticism (US) [ˈskeptɪsɪzəm] noun
    scepticisme m
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    GB, skepticism US ['skeptɪsɪzəm] noun scepticisme m (about à propos de)

    English-French dictionary

См. также в других словарях:

  • Scepticism — • Etymology of the word based on a Greek term meaning speculation, doubt Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Scepticism     Scepticism      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • scepticism — SCEPTICÍSM s.n. 1 Concepţie care pune la îndoială posibilitatea cunoaşterii veridice a realităţii lumii exterioare sau, în general, a oricărei cunoştinţe certe, punând accentul pe caracterul relativ incomplet şi imprecis al acesteia. 2 Atitudine… …   Dicționar Român

  • scepticism —    Scepticism is the denial of knowledge. It can be held globally, as a denial that anyone (or anyone apart from God) knows anything at all, or locally, concerning a particular subject matter, such as the existence of God. Scepticism does not… …   Christian Philosophy

  • scepticism — (BrE) (AmE skepticism) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ considerable, deep, extreme, great ▪ healthy ▪ growing ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • scepticism — (Gk., skepsis, enquiry or questioning) Although Greek scepticism centred on the value of enquiry and questioning, scepticism is now the denial that knowledge or even rational belief is possible, either about some specific subject matter (e.g.… …   Philosophy dictionary

  • scepticism — n. BE; AE spelling: skepticism 1) to demonstrate, display scepticism 2) to maintain (a) scepticism 3) scepticism about (to maintain a healthy scepticism about smt.) 4) (misc.) an air of scepticism * * * display scepticism see skepticism (misc.)… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • scepticism — [[t]ske̱ptɪsɪzəm[/t]] N UNCOUNT Scepticism is great doubt about whether something is true or useful. There was also considerable scepticism about the Chancellor s forecast of a booming economy next year... The report has inevitably been greeted… …   English dictionary

  • Scepticism — Sceptic Scep tic, Sceptical Scep tic*al, Scepticism Scep ti*cism, etc. See {Skeptic}, {Skeptical}, {Skepticism}, etc. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • scepticism — Skepticism Skep ti*cism, n. [Cf. F. scepticisme.] [Written also {scepticism}.] 1. An undecided, inquiring state of mind; doubt; uncertainty. [1913 Webster] That momentary amazement, and irresolution, and confusion, which is the result of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • scepticism — BrE, skepticism AmE noun (U) a sceptical attitude: The government s claim that the country is now coming out of recession is being treated with deep scepticism …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • scepticism — UK [ˈskeptɪˌsɪz(ə)m] / US [ˈskeptɪˌsɪzəm] noun [uncountable] doubts that someone has about something that other people think is true or right She treated this statement with a healthy degree of scepticism …   English dictionary

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