Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Skepticism"

The meaning of "Skepticism" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does skepticism mean?
A: "Skepticism" は「疑い」の意味です。
Q: What does skepticism mean?
A: to be skeptical means to have doubts or be unconvinced about something, so skepticism is when you have a skeptical attitude

Example sentences using "Skepticism"

Q: Please show me example sentences with skepticism
A: The claims were treated with scepticism
She regarded the researcher's reports with skepticism.
Skepticism is a healthy element of science.
I believe in a healthy skepticism of new technologies.
The government had to overcome widespread skepticism to prove it could build the project.
Lawmakers have voiced skepticism about the effectiveness of the program.
The company's environmental claims have been greeted with skepticism by conservationists.
Some of the workers expressed skepticism at first and said they wanted to take a close look at the contract.

Synonyms of "Skepticism" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between skepticism and doubt ?
A: Skepticism is about acting upon that doubt, to ask questions and to probe deeper. The Skeptics movement is about asking difficult questions and finding out not only what is unlikely to be true but what is likely to be true. Doubt leads people to question if man landed on the moon.
Q: What is the difference between skepticism and uncertainty ?
A: Scepticism is when you understand what someone said (or you understand what you've read), but you don't think it's true, or you're not sure whether it's true or not.

Uncertainty is a more general word. You might not understand what was said, or you might not be sure whether it's true or not.

Other questions about "Skepticism"

Q: [The first of these is skepticism, the position Kant took David Hume (1711–76) to advocate. ]
I can't understand why this sentence has this order.
so please tell me about translation and the reason why that it makes this order. 😀🙏
A: It means Kant thought that David Hume had that position. Kant assumed that David Hume advocated for skepticism.

example: "I take you to be an advocate of skepticism?"

"I took him to be a person capable of very bad things".

Most people wouldn't talk this way. It's very formal.
Q: There is significant skepticism the premiums (are going to/will) rise.
Please check if this sentence sounds natural and suggest which one I should choose between "be going to and will". Thanks in advance.
A: Will* would be the best choice.
Q: However, there is increasing skepticism that globalization has negative consequences, such as income inequality, job insecurity, and financial uncertainty Does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer

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