Aenesidemus of Cnossus: Testimonia (Cambridge Classical by Roberto Polito

By Roberto Polito

This e-book presents the 1st variation of the entire testimonia at the Sceptic thinker Aenesidemus of Cnossus, who's deemed to be the resource of Sextus Empiricus, the most surviving authority on old Scepticism. It offers an in depth philosophical and old remark, and throws gentle on a sequence of questions about the philosophy of the past due Academy, Stoic Heracliteanism, and the interplay among drugs and philosophy within the past due Hellenistic period. it will likely be an important reference paintings for all these students and scholars facing the historical past of old Scepticism.

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