27) It is in this world of uncontrolled criticism, of Pyrrhonic
scepticism, of solipsism that our relativism has been born.
This assumption is closely related to Pyrrhonic
scepticism that holds that no certain knowledge is possible.
By undercutting Pyrrhonic
skepticism which mistrusts perception ("they even say that snow is not w hite"), (143) Beroalde puts a premium on sense-experience evaluated by reason.
19) An "amused, Pyrrhonic
aesthete" is Huxley's well-known description of the author of Brave New World; see the 1946 "Foreword" to the novel in the Collected Edition, viii.
In the 1946 foreword to Brave New World, Huxley characterized "the author of the fable" as an "amused, Pyrrhonic