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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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Finally, results derived from agnostically coded data may be more difficult to interpret substantively, since ideology in this context only measures how often particular judges vote with each other, and not how often they support particular types of outcomes.
for example, O'Connor (1996) for a diligent overview of relevant contrasts in Northern Pomo which, even though the possessor raising/ascension terminology is agnostically adopted, points to the manifold semantic-pragmatic differences between "raised" and "nonraised" structures.
In what would become a standard approach, he confronted the data agnostically with 25 financial ratios and ran several different specifications in search of the best fit.
Peregrine's service solutions help IT organization evolve their processes and work agnostically with other IT solutions.
175) What I described above, somewhat agnostically, as the value-maximizing tendency of reasonable use is viewed by Horwitz in more political terms, as "central .
We need to make the presidency "strange" again by approaching it agnostically.