I am basing this thread on this definition: "The doctrine that absolute knowledge is impossible, either in a particular domain or in general." From this definition, I am concluding that we can never know "truth" collectively. I am skeptical myself that this is not possible, thus perhaps skepticism has its limits as well as it advantages. Can we be dogmatic about being skeptical? Or is being skeptical about everything the best way to understand our reality to the best of our human ability? A link that got this question going in my mind: THE GREEK APPROACH THE ATOMISTS AND THE SCEPTICS Is it possible that some may know their own truth, while others do not?