Pyrrho of Elis, c. 360 BC to c. 270 BC. First of the Greek Skeptics. He is not known to have produced any written philosophical works; however, his thought had a great influence and contemporary and later thinkers, most notably Sextus Empiricus.
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Life of Pyrrho
The 1895 C.D. Yonge translation of this section from Diogenes Laertius.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy article. Details the known aspects of Pyrrho's career, and discusses his impact on later thinkers.
Pyrrho of Elis
From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Richard Bett. Article on Pyrrho the founder of Pyrrhonism, one of the two major traditions of Skepticism.
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