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doubt

Philosophy the methodical device, esp in the philosophy of Descartes, of identifying certain knowledge as the residue after rejecting any proposition which might, however improbably, be false
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I had no doubt that it would work; it just took quite a few years to tie everything together.
While many of the particulars of liberation theology may be faulted (and have been the subject of much critical response), there is no doubt that the direction of how to do theology first indicated by Gutierrez has had enormous repercussions in Christianity.
Ramus was no doubt familiar with Lefevre's Introductio in Ethicen Aristotelis (Paris, 1525), which begins (sig.
The fact that my grandparents came from Greece no doubt explains my taste for spring lamb and my enthusiasm for pontificating on subjects I know nothing about.