Scott wrote:In any case, what you seem to be describing is epistemological nihilism or epistemological skepticism. To me, the latter implies universal doubt which may still allow for probabilistic belief while the former implies a more complete inability to have justified information about the world at all.
Okay, So. Let's say I am an epistemological skeptic. What is the term for someone who is an epistemological skeptic, who argues that since it is impossible to know... You agree that the world is real and not a simulation based on faith rather than reason?