Skepticism - we know very little with any certainty
The central belief of Skepticism is that there is little we can know with absolute certainty. There will always be a second opinion or a different perspective.
The Greek Pyrrho of Elis, and the Roman Sextus Empiricus thought recognizing Skepticism is the best thing philosophy can give us.
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