69 - Beyond Belief: Pyrrho and Skepticism
Peter turns to the final major Hellenistic school, the Skeptics, beginning with Pyrrho and the question of how ancient skepticism compares to modern skepticism.
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• R. Bett, Pyrrho, his Antecedents and his Legacy (Oxford: 2000).
• R. Bett (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Scepticism (Cambridge: 2010).
• T. Brennan, “Pyrrho on the Criterion,” Ancient Philosophy 18 (1998), 417–34.
• R.J. Hankinson, The Sceptics (London: 1995).
• D. Sedley, “The Motivation of Greek Skepticism,” in The Skeptical Tradition, ed. M. Burnyeat (Berkeley: 1983), 9-29.
• S. Svavarsson, “Pyrrho’s Undecidable Nature,” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 27 (2004), 249–295.