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Ancient Philosophy 20 (2):351-375 (2000)
|Abstract||sibility, or continuation of the investigation. It is apparently for this reason that in the case of philosophical investigations also some have claimed that they have discovered the truth, while some have declared that it is not capable of being apprchcnded, and others are still investigating (oi 6r. ixt (rixoucytvl. Those properly called dogmatists Ã¢â¬â for instance the Aristntelians, Epicureans, Stoics, and certain others Ã¢â¬â believe they have discovered the truth. Clitomachus, Carneades, and other Academics have declared it inapprehensible, while the Skeptics continue investigating ((qzouat 6r. ot cstcatrzttcoi). (PH i 1-3) Understanding precisely what Sextus means when he says that the Skeptics continue investigating is crucial to understanding hiÂ» overall conception of the Skeptic's zetesis. One might suppose that his zetesis, like that of both brands of..|
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