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Author: Benjamin Wilck

straightforward refutations of particular scientific definitions, rather than oppositions of arguments. Consequently, commentators have argued that the method deployed in M I – VI is not Pyrrhonian scepticism, but is rather negative dogmatism. There seems, however, to be a plausible solution to this

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In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Author: R.J. Hankinson

further back. T7 talks, in the technical language of Pyrrhonian scepticism, of an ‘equipollent dispute’, a dispute, that is, in which the considerations pro and con seem equally balanced, and hence there is no reason to opt for one alternative rather than the other. The dispute is anepikritos —at least

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

MODAL APPROACH 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 TO KNOWLEDGE ................................ . Two worlds ................................... . Pyrrhonian scepticism ........................... . Cartesian scepticism ................. . .......... . Knowledge and guarantee ........................ . 2 MODAL

In: I know

conflicting elements of different topics, at the same time. The doxastic world can be an impossible world. I shall, however, largely ignore this complication. 1.2 Pyrrhonian scepticism 21 1.2 Pyrrhonian scepticism The two types of problem give rise to two quite different types of scep- ticism, which I

In: I know
Author: Ansgar Seide

.): Pyrrhonian Skepticism, Oxford, S. 121–145. Williams, Michael (2007): „Why (Wittgensteinian) Contextualism Is Not Relativism“, in: Episteme – A Journal of Social Epistemology, Volume 4, Issue 1, S. 93–114. Willaschek, Marcus (2000): „Wissen, Zweifel, Kontext – Eine kontextualisti- sche Zurückweisung des

In: Rechtfertigung, Kohärenz, Kontext
Author: Anne Burkard

Dichotomies. FoundationalismlCoherentism and Intemalisml Externalism", in: Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter (Hg.), Pyrrhonian Skepticism, Oxford, 146-160. 328 Literaturverzeichnis Sosa, Ernest (2010), "How Competence Matters in Epistemology", in: Philosophical Perspec- tives 24, Epistemology, 265-275. Steinfath

In: Intuitionen in der Ethik
Author: Erling Skjei

being full of uncertainty cannot decide the issue of our dispute. It will have to be Reason, then. But no Reason can be established except by another Reason. We retreat into infinity. In the light of this, it is tempting to try to overthrow Pyrrhonian scepticism by showing that we can attain at

In: Kant: Here, Now and How

- Armstrong, W. (ed.) 2004. Pyrrhonian Skepticism. Oxford: Oxford UP. Frede, M. 1984. The Sceptic’s Two Kinds of Assent and the Question of the Possibility of Knowledge, in: Burnyeat, M. & Frede, M. (eds.) 1998. The Original Sceptics: A Controversy. Indianapolis: Hackett. Frede, M. 1989. The Sceptic’s Beliefs

In: Focus: Ancient and Medieval Philosophy/Schwerpunkt: Antike und Mittelalterliche Philosophie

usually thought. The issue in question involves Pyrrhonian skepticism and its connection to Academic skepticism. The Pyrrhonians were the ancient skeptics who thought that the late Academic skeptics took a step toward dogmatism when they followed Philo against Clitomachus on the convincing impression, and

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

- Armstrong, W. (ed.) 2004. Pyrrhonian Skepticism. Oxford: Oxford UP. Frede, M. 1984. The Sceptic’s Two Kinds of Assent and the Question of the Possibility of Knowledge, in: Burnyeat, M. & Frede, M. (eds.) 1998. The Original Sceptics: A Controversy. Indianapolis: Hackett. Frede, M. 1989. The Sceptic’s Beliefs

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis