Between Skepticism and Eclecticism


J.E. Sandys, A Companion to Latin Studies (§ 1047) Philosophy, on its first introduction into Rome in the wake of Greek literature, art, and science, encountered fierce opposition, but the personal influence of the younger Scipio and his friends procured the new learning a hearing; and the teachers, notably Panaetius, had the tact to keep […]

Between Skepticism and Eclecticism

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