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Meditazioni e citazioni ispiratrici tratte da grandi maestri aiutano il lettore interessato a conoscere la tradizione buddhista e i suoi insegnamenti.

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Véase Términos de uso para más detalles. Pyrrho in Thomas Stanley History of Philosophy. Greek philosopher of Classical antiquity and is credited as being the first Greek skeptic philosopher. Pyrrho of Elis is estimated to have lived from around 365-360 BC until 275-270 BC. Pyrrho was from Elis, on the Ionian Sea.

While little is known for certain about Pyrrho’s philosophy and life, his primary influencers were most likely early philosophers whose work focused on the indeterminacy of the world, such as Plato and the Eleatics. His doctrines were recorded in the writings of his pupil Timon of Phlius. Unfortunately these works are mostly lost. Today Pyrrho’s ideas are known mainly through the book Outlines of Pyrrhonism written by Sextus Empiricus. Pyrrho did not produce any written work detailing his philosophical principles.

Most of the information on Pyrrho’s principles comes from his most notable follower, Timon, whose summary of Pyrrho’s teachings are preserved in the Aristocles passage. Most biographical information on Pyrrho, as well as some information concerning his demeanor and behavior, come from the works of mid-third century BC biographer Antigonus of Carystus. Pyrrho’s life drew primarily from Antigonus’ accounts. As Pyrrho left no written teachings, the exact details of his philosophy are uncertain. However, Pyrrho’s own philosophy may have differed significantly from the later Pyrrhonists. Most interpretations of the information on Pyrrho’s philosophy suggest that he claimed that reality is inherently indeterminate, which, in the view of Pyrrhonism described by Sextus Empiricus, would be considered a negative dogmatic belief.