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Agrippa, Pyrrhonist Sceptic philosopher

Dates unknown, but later than Aenesidemus. Diogenes Laertius (9. 88) ascribes to him a set of five modes (τρόποι‎) of argument introduced to supplement or replace the older Modes of Aenesidemus, and frequently used by Sextus Empiricus.

Bibliography

J. Barnes, The Toils of Scepticism (1990).Find this resource:

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