Sextus Empiricus and Greek Scepticism

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Ngôn Ngữ Nội Dung Sách
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2006
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CHAPTER I.

  THE HISTORICAL RELATIONS OF SEXTUS EMPIRICUS  Introductory paragraph.—The name of Sextus Empiricus. His profession.—The time when he lived.—The place of his birth.—The seat of the Sceptical School while Sextus was at its head.—The character of the writings of Sextus Empiricus.  

CHAPTER II.

  THE POSITION AND AIM OF PYRRHONIC SCEPTICISM  The subject-matter of the Hypotyposes.—The origin of Pyrrhonism.—The nomenclature of Pyrrhonism.—Its criterion.—Its aim.—ἐποχή and ἀταραξία.—The standpoint of Pyrrhonism.  

CHAPTER III.

  THE SCEPTICAL TROPES  Origin of the name.—The ten Tropes of ἐποχή.—The First Trope.—The Second Trope.—The Third Trope.—The Fourth Trope.—The Fifth Trope.—The Sixth Trope.—The Seventh Trope.—The Eighth Trope.—The Ninth Trope.—The Tenth Trope.—The five Tropes of Agrippa.—The two Tropes.—The Tropes of Aenesidemus against Aetiology. 

 CHAPTER IV.

  AENESIDEMUS AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF HERACLITUS Statement of the problem.—The theory of Pappenheim.—The theory of Brochard.—Zeller's theory.—The theory of Ritter and Saisset.—The theory of Hirzel and Natorp.—Critical examination of the subject.  

CHAPTER V.

  CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF PYRRHONISM  Pyrrhonism and Pyrrho.—Pyrrhonism and the Academy. Strength and weakness of Pyrrhonism.    THE FIRST BOOK OF THE PYRRHONIC SKETCHES BY SEXTUS EMPIRICUS, TRANSLATED FROM THE GREEK 101

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