Pyrrho


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Pyrrho

(ˈpɪrəʊ)
n
(Biography) ?365–?275 bc, Greek philosopher; founder of scepticism. He maintained that true wisdom and happiness lie in suspension of judgment, since certain knowledge is impossible to attain
ˈPyrrhonism n
ˈPyrrhonist n, adj
References in classic literature ?
And I am convinced that from the heads of all ponderous profound beings, such as Plato, Pyrrho, the Devil, Jupiter, Dante, and so on, there always goes up a certain semi-visible steam, while in the act of thinking deep thoughts.
Beckwith, Greek Buddha: Pyrrho's Encounter with Early Buddhism in Central Asia.
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Yet it might be thought by some that Timon, the expounder of Pyrrho's views, is of the contrary opinion when he says:
Yet 'the best lack all conviction' looks less like a dire warning when viewed through the Sceptics' lens transmitted to Montaigne from the Greek Pyrrho via the Roman Sextus.
These questions were examined by Protagoras, Pyrrho and Sextus Empiricus in ancient times, and by Rene Descartes, David Hume and Immanuel Kant in the modern age; in contemporary philosophy it is various answers to such questions that give rise to the confrontation of stances of realism and anti-realism in ontology and epistemology (Dummett 1996).
Given that it is considered the result of a value judgement, the meaning proposed by Pyrrho et al.
Aristocles on Timon on Pyrrho: the text, its logic, and its credibility.
In the case Pyrrho Investments and MWB Business Exchange v.
Pyrrho Ligori legge EX RATIONE et dice di averlo trovato diverso).