Scepticism

Scepticism, primarily doubt respecting, and ultimately disbelief in, the reality of the super-sensible, or the transcendental, or the validity of the evidence on which the belief in it is founded, such as reason or revelation, and in religious matters is tantamount to infidelity more or less sweeping.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Scale, Delfa
Scaliger, Joseph Justus
Scaliger, Julius Cæsar
Scanderbeg
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Scarborough
Scarpa, Antonio
Scarron, Paul
Scattery Island
Scepticism
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Schadow, Johannes Gottfried
Schaff, Philip
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Schäffle, Dr. Albert
Schall, Johann Adam von
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Scharnhorst, Gerhard von
Scheele, Carl Wilhelm
Scheffel, Joseph Victor von

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