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Ancient Philosophy

Hellenistic and Roman Philosophy

Why was Pyrrho important?

His refusal to make judgments was an important school of skepticism that was developed after the Renaissance and during the Reformation and Counter-Reformation. Known as pyrrhonic skepticism, it was the general philosophical approach that many things in human life cannot be known.



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