I think agnostic means a neutral state - neither antagonism nor opposition. I'm not 100% sure though. Could you explain this to me in detail?Here, agonostic is linked to antagonism, or opposition, I think. (I.e. we are against the Marine's proposal).
"Agnostic" does not necessarily have to be related to religious skepticism, according to the Wiktionary.
It sounds fairly bizarre to me. And pompous. And not a little confusing.The problem here is that the word agnostic has so often been associated with its usage in the context of belief or non-belief in God that when it is used in a different context, agnostic sounds out of place. Worse it sounds pompous.
It can't be very new, Ewie. After reading what you said I did a round of the dictionaries and found that the American Heritage Dictionary gave two definitions of agnostic, the adjective, as follows:We've obviously been reading different things, TT ~ I'd never come across it until today.