Aporetical

Ap`o`ret´ic`al


a.1.Doubting; skeptical.
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Moreover, Reimarus not only demonstrated aporetical problems with these and other dogmas, but also outright ridiculed them and argued that they lead to atheism (164-65)--how is this Lutheran orthodoxy?
In this specific case, in order to defend my conception, I availed myself of the difficulties which arise from radical relativism, and showed that scepticism reveals the aporetical nature of the common notions of objectivity and truth.
Paper, 180 FF--In her comprehensive study the author examines the different explanations of the object of metaphysics according to Aristotle, namely metaphysics as the general science of being, as the science of the highest being, the science of the principles, or as an aporetical knowledge.