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Academic skepticism, in particular, refers to a student's belief that doing well in school will not help him or her to achieve future success (Midgley et al.
Augustine was aware of objections to the idea of educational progress, and nowhere is this more acute than in his treatment of academic skepticism.
The book is not a seamless history or systematic treatise but a collection of pieces whose diversity reflects important dimensions of contemporary academic skepticism.

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