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agnostic

Neurology
adjective Suffering from agnosia.
 
Vox populi
noun A person who does not subscribe to a formal system of beliefs or religion.

agnostic

(ag-nos′tik) [G. agnōstos, unknown, not capable of being known + -ic]
Uncertain or doubtful of the ability to prove the existence of something, but esp. of God.
agnosticagnosticism (tĭ-sĭzm)
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SME is device agnostic, storage agnostic, App agnostic, and also infrastructure agnostic.
Religious Knowledge Survey" on September 28, 2010, which found that atheists and agnostics know the most about world religions (including core teachings, history, and leading figures).
The Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir may sound a little misleading.
Islamabad, May 12, 2009 (Frontier Star) -- Pakistan today stands at the cross roads with regards to the ICT industry and the situation demands that telecom operators adopt an access agnostic approach to devise business models that meets the data demands of the market These views were expressed by Rao Amir country manager, Motorola at conference in Karachi with the topic 'Future of ICT Industry in Pakistan' Rao Amir addressed the audiences and highlighted potential in the IT & Telecom sectors of Pakistan.
ISLAMABAD, 12 May, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Pakistan today stands at the cross roads with regards to the ICT industry and the situation demands that telecom operators adopt an access agnostic approach to devise business models that meets the data demands of the market These views were expressed by Rao Amir country manager, Motorola at conference in Karachi with the topic Future of ICT Industry in Pakistan Rao Amir addressed the audiences and highlighted potential in the IT & Telecom sectors of Pakistan.
SIR - On wind turbines I am agnostic - neither for nor against.
From Christianity to natural science viewpoints by Albert Einstein, Isaac Asimov and others, THE AGNOSTIC READER is an excellent recommendation.
Consider, for example, the agnostic axiom that all religions are equally true.
Encountering The Wisdom Jesus: Quickening The Kingdom Of Heaven Within (Sounds True Audio Learning Course-6 CDs) by Cynthia Bourgeault (Principal Teacher and Advisor to the Contemplative Society in Victoria, British Columbia and founding director of the Aspen Wisdom School in Aspen, Colorado) provides an informed and informative introduction into agnostic understanding of Jesus Christ, the man who was foremost seeking to radically alter the consciousness of those who would follow Him.
Last year an agnostic was present at a large auditorium in Birmingham where a Roman Catholic priest, a Jehovah's Witness an Anglican and a 'Born Again' Baptist were engaged in a panel discussion on their differing views of the characteristics of the Christian god.
For that reason, the business communicator cannot, I think, be agnostic in his view of the role of government in society," keynote speaker Phil Burgess told those attending the IABC "Leaders in Communication" conference and inaugural IABC Asia Pacific Leadership Institute in Melbourne, Australia, in November.
My own agnostic view is that if there is a deity, He, She, or It probably isn't a hands-on manager of the world's day-to-day operations; this spares me the need to grapple with Derbyshire's paradox.