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Skepticism or Scepticism, in philosophy, is a term denoting a position of question or doubt about something.
Skeptic(s) or Sceptic(s) may also refer to:
- The Skeptic (UK magazine), founded by Wendy M. Grossman, examines secularism and the paranormal.
- Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, a non-profit organization to encourage the investigation of paranormal and fringe-science.
- Skeptical Inquirer, magazine published by the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.
- The Skeptics Society, a nonprofit organization devoted to resisting the spread of pseudoscience, superstition, and irrational beliefs.
- Skeptic (U.S. magazine), magazine of The Skeptics Society, edited by Michael Shermer.
- The Skeptic's Dictionary, a collection of essays by Robert Todd Carroll.
- Skepticism (band), a metal band from Finland.
- The Skeptics, a New Zealand post-punk band from 1979 to 1990.
- Scientific skepticism, a kind of skepticism in the context of science, a term introduced by Carl Sagan.
- Skeptics in the Pub, a social meet-up group.
- The Amaz!ng Meeting, an annual conference on science, skepticism, and critical thinking.
- Skepticality a biweekly podcast of US The Skeptics Society's Skeptic magazine.
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