Quotation by David Hume

A true sceptic will be diffident of his philosophical doubts as well as of his philosophical conviction; and will never refuse any innocent satisfaction, which offers itself, upon account of either of them.
David Hume (1711–1776), Scottish philosopher. A Treatise of Human Nature, bk. I, part iv, sec. vii, p. 273, ed. Selby-Bigge, Oxford (1951).
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