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Sextus Empiricus and Greek scepticism


manuscripts of the works of Sextus. The divisions into
chapters,
with the headings of the chapters in the translation, is
the
same as Fabricius gives from the manuscripts, although
not used
by Bekker, and the numbers of the paragraphs are the
same as
those given by both Fabricius and Bekker. References to
Diogenes
Laertius and other ancient works have been carefully
verified.
The principal modern authors consulted are the
following:
Ritter, _Geschichte der Philosophie_, II. Auf., Hamburg,
1836-38.
Zeller, _Philosophie der Griechen_, III. Auf., Leipzig,
1879-89.
Lewes, _History of Philosophy_, Vol. I., London, 1866.
Ueberweg, _History of Philosophy_, IV. ed., translated
by
Morris, 1871.
Brochard, _Les Sceptiques Grecs_, Paris, 1877.
Brochard, _Pyrrhon et le Scepticism Primitive_, No. 5,
Ribot's
_Revue Phil._, Paris, 1885.
Saisset, _Le Scepticism Aenésidème-Pascal-Kant_, Paris,
1867.
Chaignet, _Histoire de la Psychologie des Grecs_, Paris,
1887-90.
Haas, _Leben des Sextus Empiricus_, Burghausen, 1882.
Natorp, _Forschungen zur Geschichte des
Erkenntnisproblems bei
den Alten_, Berlin, 1884.
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