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Skeptics in Raphael's School of Athens painting. Pyrrho is #4 and Timon #5
Skeptics in Raphael's School of Athens painting. Pyrrho is #4 and Timon #5
Nagarjuna, a Madhyamaka Buddhist philosopher whose skeptical arguments are similar to those preserved in the work of Sextus Empiricus
Nagarjuna, a Madhyamaka Buddhist philosopher whose skeptical arguments are similar to those preserved in the work of Sextus Empiricus
Nietzsche was critical of Pyrrhonian ephectics.
Nietzsche was critical of Pyrrhonian ephectics.
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Skeptics in Raphael's School of Athens painting. 1. Pythodorus 2. Arcesilaus of Pitane 3. Carneades of Cyrene 4. Pyrrho of Elis 5. Timon of Phlius 6.
Skeptics in Raphael's School of Athens painting. 1. Pythodorus 2. Arcesilaus of Pitane 3. Carneades of Cyrene 4. Pyrrho of Elis 5. Timon of Phlius 6. Theodorus the Atheist of Cyrene
Pyrrho of Elis, marble head, Roman copy, Archeological Museum of Corfu
Pyrrho of Elis, marble head, Roman copy, Archeological Museum of Corfu
Augustine of Hippo
Augustine of Hippo