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Use "certainties" in a sentence
"The ascription of an alethic morphology to the mass of epistemic certainties is always ultimately a premise in and of itself, a supposition of relevance."
""Lobo" fans can still harbor some hope, as Silver doesn't speak in certainties."
"My first thought on hearing this summary of Buddhism was how very much it reminded me of Rudolf Bultmann's definition of faith in keeping with the existentialist Christian tradition as depending on nothing but God, as letting go of all so-called certainties, including doctrinal and religious ones, which turn out to be idols when we cling to them."