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Whereas atheism involves what a person does or does not believe agnosticism involves what a person does or does not know belief and knowledge are related but nevertheless separate issues belief and knowledge are related but nevertheless separate issues. If agnosticism in one sense of the word is the position that neither theism nor atheism is known then it might be useful to use the term gnosticism to refer to the contradictory of that position that is to the position that either theism or atheism is known. An atheist believes that gods do not exist strong atheism or does not believe in the existence of any known deities but does not explicitly assert there to be none weak atheism specific types agnostic atheism aka negative weak or soft atheism agnostic theism apathetic or pragmatic agnosticism strong agnosticism weak agnosticism. Agnostic vs atheist a spectrum atheism and agnosticism can coexist because they are both dealing with different modalities of thought and belief here is a spectrum of agnostic vs atheist gnostic atheist do not believe in a god and also believe that they know there are no gods also referred to as hard atheists who are comfortable purporting conclusively that there are no gods
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