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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

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
Author: Justin Vlasits

.M. (ed.), Pyrrhonian Skepticism in Diogenes Laertius . Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck , 147 – 170 . Palmer , J. 2000 . Skeptical Investigation . Ancient Philosophy 20 ( 2 ), 351 – 375 . Perin , C. 2010 . The Demands of Reason: An Essay on Pyrrhonian Scepticism . Oxford

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Author: Máté Veres

: Wesleyan University Press . Hankinson , R.J. 1997 . The end of Scepticism . Kriterion 96 , 7 – 32 . Hiley , D.R. 1987 . The Deep Challenge of Pyrrhonian Scepticism . Journal of the History of Philosophy 25 ( 2 ), 185 – 213 . Ioli , R. 2003 . Agōgē and related

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis