Academic Skepticism in Early Modern Philosophy

Journal of the History of Ideas 58 (2):199-220 (1997)
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Although the skeptical crisis at the dawn of modern philosophy can be properly labelled Pyrrhonian specific features of the academic school of skepticism played an important role in this crisis. Academic skepticism becomes even more influential in post-Cartesian skepticism from Foucher to Hume
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DOI 10.1353/jhi.1997.0018
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