Skepticism

The incomprehensibility of cognition as cognition of the
world—the being of the world itself as encapsulated in the subjec-
5 tivity of this cognition. Skepticism takes its foothold in this “mere”
subjectivity.

Edmund Husserl, First Philosophy, 413

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