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  1. Beg to disagree. Many atheists see agnosticism as a capitulation to completing the thinking that gets one to agnosticism in the first place.

    Many sceptics (there, I re-Anglicized it!) favor the null hypothesis (a claim that something exists requires proof rather than disproof) and live by the thesis that, “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.”
    Under that thinking, sceptical agnostics seem to hide beneath a veil of “cannot be proven one way or the other” and “best not to offend” in order to justify not taking a stand (or fearing to take a stand) for their sceptical principles.

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