Carneades

Carneades (z; Καρνεάδης, Karneadēs, `of Carnea`; 214/3–129/8 BC) was an Academic skeptic born in Cyrene. By the year 159 BC, he had started to refute all previous dogmatic doctrines, especially Stoicism, and even the Epicureans whom previous skeptics had spared. As head of the Academy, he was one of three philosophers sent to Rome in.....
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Carneades

(c. 215-125 B.C.) The most prominent head of the Middle Academy and opponent of the Stoics. His most noteworthy contribution to philosophy consisted in the doctrine of logical probabilism as a basis of scepticism. -- R.B.W.
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Carneades

Greek philosopher who headed the New Academy at Athens when antidogmatic skepticism reached its greatest strength.[5 related articles]
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