Bibliography on Skepticism
The present bibliography is divided into five parts. The first lists collections that contain papers dealing with different periods of the skeptical tradition. The other four parts list books, papers, discussions, critical notices, and reviews bearing upon ancient, medieval, modern, and contemporary skepticism. Note that the bibliography is still under construction. Inclusion of a work in this bibliography does not necessarily mean that I consider the work in question to be of good quality.

An annotated bibliography on Pyrrhonism in ancient, modern, and contemporary philosophy is provided in my article  “Pyrrhonism,” Oxford Bibliographies in Philosophy (OUP, 2013), DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780195396577-0240.
I – General Collections of Essays
Burnyeat, M. (ed.). 1983. The Skeptical Tradition. Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press.
Campbell, J. K., O’Rourke, M. & Silverstein, H. S. (eds.). 2010Knowledge and Skepticism. Cambridge, MA: MIT
De Caro, M. & Spinelli, E. (eds.). 2007. Scetticismo: Una vicenda filosofica. Roma: Carocci.
Greco, J. (ed.). 2008. The Oxford Handbook of Skepticism. New York: Oxford University Press.
Junqueira Smith, P. & Silva Filho, W. (eds). 2007. Ensaios sobre o ceticismo. São Paulo: Alameda.
Machuca, D. E. (ed.). 2011. Pyrrhonism in Ancient, Modern, and Contemporary Philosophy. Dordrecht: Springer.
––––––. (ed.). 2013. Disagreement and Skepticism. New York: Routledge.
Machuca, D. & Reed, B. (eds.). 2015. Skepticism: From Antiquity to the Present. London: Bloombury.
Porchat, O. 2006. Rumo ao ceticismo. São Paulo: Unesp.
Sihvola, J. (ed.). 2000. Ancient Scepticism and the Sceptical Tradition (Acta Philosophica Fennica 66). Societas 
       Philosophica Fennica: Helsinki.
Silva Filho, W. (ed.). 2005. O ceticismo e a possbilidade da filosofía. Ijuí: Unijuí.
Sinnott-Armstrong, W. (ed.). 2004a. Pyrrhonian Skepticism. New York: Oxford University Press.


II Ancient Skepticism (Pyrrhonism, Academic Skepticism, medical Empiricism, medical Methodism, Cyrenaicism)
a. Translations
Annas, J. & Barnes, J. (2000). Sextus Empiricus: Outlines of Scepticism. English translation with an introduction. 2nd
       edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (First edition 1994).
Barigazzi, A. 1991. Galeno: Sull’ottima maniera di insegnare. Esortazione alla medicina. Greek text, Italian 
       translation, and commentary. Berlin: Akademie Verlag.
Bergua Cavero, J. 1997. Sexto Empírico: Contra los profesores libros I–VI. Spanish translation with an introduction.
       Madrid: Gredos.
Bett, R. 1997. Sextus Empiricus: Against the Ethicists. English translation with an introduction and commentary.
       Oxford: OUP.
––––––. 2005. Sextus Empiricus: Against the Logicians. English translation with an introduction. Cambridge: CUP.
––––––. 2012. Sextus Empiricus: Against the Physicits. English translation with an introduction. Cambridge: CUP.

Blank, D. (1998). Sextus Empiricus: Against the Grammarians. English translation with an introduction and commentary.
       Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Brittain, C. (2006). Cicero: on Academic Scepticism. Indianapolis: Hackett.
Bury, R. G. (1933–1949). Sextus Empiricus. 4 vols. Greek text and English translation. Cambridge, Massachusetts:
        Harvard University Press.
Di Marco, M. (1989). Timone di Fliunte: Silli. Introduction, Italian translation, and commentary. Roma: Edizione
Diogène Laërce, (1999). Vies et doctrines des philosophes illustres. French translation by J.-F. Balaudé, L. Brisson, J.
       Brunschwig, T. Dorandi, M.-O. Goulet-Gazé, R. Goulet & M. Narcy. Paris: Le livre de poche.
Einerson, B. & De Lacy, P. (1967). Against Colotes, in Plutarch: Moralia, vol. 14. Greek text and English translation.
       Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
Flückiger, H. (1998). Sextus Empiricus: Gegen die Dogmatiker (M VII–XI). German translation. Sankt Augustin:
Galien, (1998). Traités philosophiques & logiques. Paris: GF Flammarion. Introduction P. Pellegrin; French translation P.
       Pellegrin, C. Dalimier, & J.-P. Levet.


Gallego Cao, A. & Muñoz Diego, T. (1993). Sexto Empírico: Esbozos pirrónicos. Spanish translation with an
       introduction. Madrid: Gredos.
   Grgić, F. (2008). Sekst Empirik: Obrisi pironizma. Greek text and Croatian translation. Zagreb: Kruzak.
   Henry, R. (1962). Photius: Bibliothèque, Tome III. Paris: Les Belles Lettres.
   Hicks, R. (1925). Diogenes Laertius: Lives of Eminent Philosophers. 2 vols. Greek text and English translation.Cambridge,
         Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
    King, P. (1995). Augustine: Against the Academicians. The Teacher. English translation. Indianapolis: Hackett.
    Sartorio Maulini, R. (1996). Sexto Empírico: Hipotiposis pirrónicas. Spanish translation with an introduction. Madrid:
    Schäublin, C. (1995). Marcus Tullius Cicero: Akademische Abhandlungen, Lucullus. Latin text and German translation.
       München: Meiner.
    Sextus Empiricus, (2002). Contre les professeurs. Introduction by P. Pellegrin, Greek text and French translation by C.
       Dalimier, D. Delattre, J. Delattre & B. Pérez. Paris: Seuil.
    Spinelli, E. 1995. Sesto Empirico: Contro gli etici. Greek text, Italian translation, and commentary. Napoli: Bibliopolis.

    ––––––. 2000. Sesto Empirico: Contro gli astrologi. Greek text, Italian translation, and commentary. Napoli: Bibliopolis.

    b. Studies
    Algra, K., Barnes, J., Mansfeld, J. & Schofield, M. (eds.). (1999). The Cambridge History of Hellenistic Philosophy.
       Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Allen, J. (1990). “The Skepticism of Sextus Empiricus” 2582–607 in W. Haase (ed.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der
       römischen Welt II 36.4. Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter.
––––. 1994. “Academic Probabilism and Stoic Epistemology”, Classical Quarterly 44: 85–113.

––––. 1997. “Carneadean Argument in Cicero’s Academic Books”, 217–56 in Inwood & Mansfeld 1997.

––––. 2001. “Rationalism, Empiricism, and Scepticism: Sextus Empiricus’ Treatment of Sign-inference”, 87–146 in his
       Inference from Signs: Ancient Debates about the Nature of Evidence. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

––––. 2004. “Carneades”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy,

––––. 2005. “Antiochus”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy,
Anagnostopoulos, G. 1993. “Aristotle and Skepticism”, Skepsis 4: 113–42.
Annas, J. 1988. “The Heirs of Socrates”, Phronesis 33: 100–12. (Critical notice of Ioppolo 1986.)
––––. 1992. “Sextus Empiricus and the Peripatetics”, Elenchos 13: 203–31.
––––. 1993. The Morality of Happiness. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press.
––––. 1994. “Plato the Skeptic”, 309–40 in Vander Waerdt 1994.
––––. 1996a. “Scepticism about Value”, 205–18 in Popkin 1996.
––––. 1996b. “Scepticism, Old and New”, 23–254 in M. Frede & G. Striker (eds.), Rationality in Greek Thought. Oxford:
       Clarendon Press.
––––. 1998. “Doing Without Objective Values: Ancient and Modern Strategies”, 193–220 in S. Everson (ed.), Companions
       to Ancient Thought IV: Ethics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

––––. 1999. Review of Bett 1997, The Philosophical Review 108: 137–9.

Annas, J. & Barnes, J. 1985. The Modes of Scepticism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Aubenque, P. 1985. “Scepticisme et vérité: sur les limites d’une réfutation philosophique du scepticisme”, Diogène 132:
Ausland, H. W. 1989. “On the Moral Origin of the Pyrrhonian Philosophy”, Elenchos 10: 359–434.
Babut, D. 1994. “Du scepticisme au dépassement de la raison: philosophie et foi religieuse chez Plutarque”, 549–81 in
       Parerga. Choix d'articles de Daniel Babut (1974-1994), Collection Maison de l’Orient 24. Lyon.
Bailey, A. 1990. “Pyrrhonean Scepticism and the Self-Refutation Argument”, Philosophical Quarterly 40: 27–44.

––––. 2002. Sextus Empiricus and Pyrrhonean Scepticism. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Barnes, J. [aka M. R. Stopper]. 1983. “Schizzi Pirroniani”, Phronesis 28: 265–97. (Critical notice of Giannantoni
––––. 1987. “An Aristotelian Way with Scepticism”, in M. Matthen (ed.), Aristotle Today: Essays on Aristotle’s Ideal of
       Science. Edmonton: Academic Printing & Publishing.
––––. 1988a. “Scepticism and the Arts”, 53–77 in Hankinson 1988.
––––. [aka H. Maconi]. 1988b. “Nova Non Philosophandi Philosophia”, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 6:
       231–53. (Critical notice of Ioppolo 1986.)
––––. 1989. “Antiochus of Ascalon”, 51–96 in J. Barnes & M. Griffin (eds.) Philosophia Togata I: Essays on Philosophy
       and Roman Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
––––. 1990a. “Pyrrhonism, Belief and Causation: Observations on the Scepticism of Sextus Empiricus”, 2608–95 in W.
       Haase (ed.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt II 36.4. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.
––––. 1990b. The Toils of Scepticism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
––––. 1990c. “La diaphonia pyrrhonienne”, 97–106 in Voelke 1990a.
––––. 1992. “Diogenes Laertius IX 61–116: The Philosophy of Pyrrhonism”, 4241–301 in W. Haase (ed.), Aufstieg und
       Niedergang der römischen Welt II 36.6. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.
––––. 1994. “Scepticism and Relativity”, 51–83 in A. Alberti (ed.), Realtà e Ragione: Studi di Filosofia Antica. Firenze:
       Leo S. Olschki Editore.
––––. 2000. “Introduction”, xi–xxxi in Annas & Barnes 1994/2000.
––––. 2007. “Sextan Pyrrhonism”, 322–34 in D. Scott (ed.), Maieusis: Essays on Ancient Philosophy in Honour of Myles
       Burnyeat. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Barney, R. 1992. “Appearances and Impressions”, Phronesis 37: 283–313.
Bénatouïl, T. 1997. Le scepticisme. Paris: Flammarion.
––––. 2004. Compte rendu de Brittain 2001, Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 43: 438–41.
Bett, R. 1987. “Scepticism as a Way of Life and Scepticism as ‘Pure Theory’”, 49–57 in M. Whitby, P. Hardie and M.
       Whitby (eds.), Homo Viator: Classical Essays for John Bramble. Bristol: Bristol Classical Press.
––––. 1989. “Carneades’ Pithanon: A Reappraisal of its Role and Status”, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 7: 59–
––––. 1990. “Carneades’ Distinction between Assent and Approval”, Monist 73: 3–20.
––––. 1993. “Scepticism and Everyday Attitudes in Ancient and Modern Philosophy”, Metaphilosophy 24: 363–81.

––––. 1994. “Sextus’s Against the Ethicists: Scepticism, Relativism or Both?”, Apeiron 27: 123–61.

––––. 1996. “Hellenistic Essays Translated”, Apeiron 29: 75–97. (Critical notice of Brunschwig 1994a.)

––––. 1999. “Reactions to Aristotle in the Greek Sceptical Traditions”, Méthexis 12: 17–34.
––––. 2000. Pyrrho, his Antecedents, and his Legacy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

––––. 2002. “Timon”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy,

––––. 2006a. “Pyrrho”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy,

––––. 2006b. “La double ‘schizophrénie’ de M. I–VI et ses origines historiques”, 17–34 in Delattre 2006.

––––. 2006c. “Socrates and Skepticism”, 298–311 in S. Ahbel-Rappe & R. Kamtekar (eds.), A Companion to Socrates.
       Oxford: Blackwell.

––––. (ed.). 2010. The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Scepticism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Blomqvist, J. 1974. “Die Skeptika des Sextus Empiricus”, Grazer Beiträge 2: 7–14.
Bonazzi, M. 2003a. Academici e Platonici. Il dibattito antico sullo scetticismo di Platone. Milano: Led.
––––. 2003b. “I pirroniani, l’Academia e l’interpretazione scettica di Platone”, 181–217 in M. Bonazzi & F. Trabattoni
       (eds.), Platone e la tradizione platonica. Studi di filosofia antica. Milano: Cisalpino La Goliardica.
––––. 2003c. “Un dibattito tra academici e platonici sull’eredità di Platone. La testimonianza del commentario anonimo al
       Teeteto”, 41–74 in Papiri filosofici. Miscellanea di studi IV. Firenze Olschki.

––––. 2004. “Contro la rappresentazione sensibile: Plutarco tra l’Academia e il platonismo”, Elenchos 25: 41–71.

––––. 2007. “Enesidemo ed Eraclito”, Rhizai 4: 329–38. (Critical notice of Polito 2004 & Pérez-Jean 2005.)

––––––. 2012. “Plutarch on the Differences between the Pyrrhonists and the Academics”, Oxford Studies in Ancient 

      Philosophy 43: 271-298.

Bonazzi, M. & Celluprica, V. (eds.). 2005. L’eredità platonica. Studi sul platonismo da Arcesilao a Proclo. Napoli:
Boys-Stones, G. 2005. “Alcinous, Didaskalikos 4: in Defence of Platonism”, 201–34 in Bonazzi & Celluprica 2005.
Brancacci, A. (ed.). 2001. Antichi e moderni nella filosofia di età imperiale. Napoli: Bibliopolis.
Brennan, T. 1998. “Pyrrho on the Criterion”, Ancient Philosophy 18: 417–34.

––––. 1999. Ethics and Epistemology in Sextus Empiricus. New York/London: Garland Publishing.

––––. 2000. Review of Algra et alii 1999, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2000.09.11.

Brittain, C. 2001. Philo of Larissa: The Last of the Academic Sceptics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

––––. 2005. “Arcesilaus”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy,

––––. 2006. “Philo of Larissa”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy,

––––. 2007. “Middle Platonists on Academic Scepticism”, 297–315 in R. Sharples & R. Sorabji (eds.), Greek & Roman
       Philosophy 100 BC–200 AD, vol. II. London: Institute of Classical Studies.
Brittain, C. & Palmer, J. 2001. “The New Academy’s Appeals to the Presocratics”, Phronesis 46: 38–72.
Brochard, V. 1887/2002. Les Sceptiques grecs. 4th edition. Paris: Le livre de poche.
Brunschwig, J. 1994. “Once again on Eusebius on Aristocles on Timon on Pyrrho”, 190–211 in his Papers in Hellenistic
       Philosophy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
––––. 1995. Études sur les philosophies hellénistiques. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.
––––. 1988/95. “Le problème de l’héritage conceptuel dans le scepticisme: Sextus Empiricus et la notion de kritērion”,

       289–319 in Brunschwig 1995.

––––. 1990/95a. “Le titre des Indalmoi de Timon: d’Ulysse à Pyrrhon”, 271–87 in Brunschwig 1995.

––––. 1990/95b. “La formule hoson epi tō logō chez Sextus Empiricus”, 321–41 in Brunschwig 1995.

––––. 1999. “The Beginnings of Hellenistic Epistemology”, 229–59 in Algra et alii 1999.
Burkhard, U. 1973. Die angebliche Heraklit-Nachfolge des Skeptikers Aenesidem. Bonn: R. Habelt.
Burnyeat, M. 1980/97. “Can the Sceptic Live his Scepticism?”, 25–57 in Burnyeat & Frede 1997.
––––. 1982. “Idealism and Greek Philosophy: What Descartes Saw and Berkeley Missed?”, The Philosophical Review 91:
––––. 1987/97. “The Sceptic in his Place and Time”, 92–126 in Burnyeat & Frede 1997.
Burnyeat, M. & Frede, M. (eds.). 1997. The Original Sceptics: A Controversy. Indianapolis: Hackett.
Calogero, G. 1981. “Socratismo e scetticismo nel pensiero antico”, 35–46 in Giannantoni 1981, vol. I.
Castagnoli, L. 2000. “Self-bracketing Pyrrhonism”, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 18: 263–328.
––––. 2010. Ancient Self-Refutation: The Logic and History of the Self-Refutation Argument from Democritus to
       Augustine. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chiesara, M. L. 1988. “Luigi Credaro e Lo scetticismo degli Accademici”, Rivista di Storia della Filosofia 3: 479–500.
––––. 2001a. Aristocles of Messene: Testimonia and Fragments. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
––––. 2001b. Review of Bett 2000, Elenchos 22: 422–8.
––––. 2002. “Enesidemo e i tropi in Aristocle in Eus. PE XIV 18”, ACME 55: 33–56.
––––. 2003. Storia dello scetticismo greco. Torino: Einaudi.
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Clayman, D. 2009. Timon of Phlius: Pyrrhonism into Poetry. Berlin & NY: Walter de Gruyter.
Conche, M. 1973/94. Pyrrhon ou l’apparence. 2nd edition. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.
Cooper, J. 2004. “Arcesilaus: Socratic and Sceptic,” 81–103 in his Knowledge, Nature, and the Good: Essays on
       Ancient Philosophy. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Cortassa, G. 1981. “Sesto Empirico e gli ‘egkuklia mathēmata’: un’introduzione a Sext. Emp. Adv. Math. I–VI”, 713–24
       in Giannantoni 1981, vol. II.
Corti, L. 2002. “Scale pirroniane: ouden mallon in Sesto Empirico,” Dianoia 7 (2002).
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Cossutta, F. 1994. Le Scepticisme. Collection Que sais-je?. Paris: Presses universitaires de France.
Couissin, P. 1929. “L’origine et l’évolution de l’epochē,” Revue des études grecques 42: 373–97.
––––. 1929/83. “The Stoicism of the New Academy,” 31–63 in Burnyeat 1983. (Originally published as “Le Stoïcisme de
       la Nouvelle Académie”, Revue d’histoire de la philosophie 3: 241–76.)
Dal Pra, M. 1950/75. Lo scetticismo greco. 2nd edition. Roma/Bari: Laterza.
De Lacy, P. 1953. “Plutarch and the Academic Sceptics”, The Classical Journal 49: 79–85.
––––. 1958. “Ou mallon and the Antecedents of Ancient Scepticism”, Phronesis 3: 59–71.
––––. 1991. “Galen’s Response to Skepticism”, Illinois Classical Studies 16: 283–306.
de Olaso, E. 1983. “La investigación y la verdad”, Manuscrito 6/2: 45–62.
––––. 1988. “Zétesis”, Manuscrito 11/2: 7–32.
––––. 1991. Review of Annas & Barnes 1985, Noûs 25: 145–52.
––––. 1996. “Scepticism and the Limits of Charity”, 253–66 in Popkin 1996.


Decleva Caizzi, F. 1981. Pirrone: Testimonianze. Collection of texts referring to Pyrrho, with Italian translation and
       commentary. Napoli: Bibliopolis.
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       philosophie hellénistique. Vandœuvres/Genève: Fondation Hardt.

––––. 1992a. “Sesto e gli scettici”, Elenchos 13: 279–327.

––––. 1992b. “Aenesidemus and the Academy,” The Classical Quarterly 42: 176–89.
––––. 1993. “L’elogio del cane. Sesto Empirico, Schizzi pirroniani I 62–78,” Elenchos 14: 305–330.
––––. 1998. “Pirrone, pirroniani, pirronismo,” 336–353 in W. Burkert, L. Gemelli Marciano, E. Matelli, L. Orelli (eds.),
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Desbordes, F. 1990. “Le scepticisme et les ‘arts libéraux’: une étude de Sextus Empiricus, Adversus Mathematicos I–
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Everson, S. 1991. “The Objective Appearance of Pyrrhonism”, 121–47 in id. (ed.), Companion to Ancient Thought II:
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Fine, G. 1996. “Scepticism, Existence, and Belief,” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 14: 273–90. (Critical iscussion
     of Hankinson 1995.)
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Frede, M. 1973. Review of Stough 1969, The Journal of Philosophy 70: 805–10.

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       Burnyeat & Frede 1997.

––––. 1987a. Essays in Ancient Philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

––––. 1987b. “Stoics and Skeptics on Clear and Distinct Impressions”, 151–76 in Frede 1987a.

––––. 1987c. “The Ancient Empiricists”, 234–60 in Frede 1987a.

––––. 1988. “The Empiricist Attitude towards Reason and Theory”, 79–97 in Hankinson 1988.

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       I: Epistemology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Gaukroger, S. 1995. “The Ten Modes of Aenesidemus and the Myth of Ancient Scepticism,” British Journal for the
       History of Philosophy 3: 371–87.
Giannantoni, G. (ed.). 1981. Lo scetticismo antico. 2 vols. Napoli: Bibliopolis.
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Giovacchini, J. 2008. “Le ‘dogmatisme négatif’ des médecins empiriques: Sextus et Galien à la recherche d’une médecine
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Glidden, D. 1983. “Skeptic Semiotics,” Phronesis 28: 213–55.
Glucker, J. 1978. Antiochus and the Late Academy. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

––––. 1997. “Socrates in the Academic books and other Ciceronian works”, 58–88 in Inwood & Mansfeld 1997.

––––. 2004. “The Philonian/Metrodorians: Problems of Method in Ancient Philosophy”, Elenchos 25: 99–152. (Critical
       notice of Brittain 2001.)
Grgić, F. 2006. “Sextus Empiricus on the Goal of Skepticism”, Ancient Philosophy 26: 141–60.
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Hankinson, R. J. 1987. “Causes and Empiricism: A Problem in the Interpretation of Later Greek Medical Method”,
       Phronesis 32: 329–48.
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       Phronesis 39: 45–68.
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       Apeiron 21. Edmonton: Academic Printing and Publishing.

––––. 1995/8. The Sceptics. 2nd edition. London/New York: Routledge.

Hiley, D. R. 1987. “The Deep Challenge of Pyrrhonian Scepticism,” Journal of the History of Philosophy 25: 185–213.
Holford-Strevens, L. 1997. “Favorinus: The Man of Paradoxes,” 188–217 in J. Barnes & M. Griffin (eds.), Philosophia
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House, D. 1980. “The Life of Sextus Empiricus,” Classical Quarterly 30: 227–38.
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Ioppolo, A. M. 1981. “Il concetto di ‘eulogon’ nella filosofia di Arcesilao”, 143–61 in Giannantoni 1981.

––––. 1986. Opinione e scienza. Il dibattito tra Stoici e Accademici nel terzo e secondo secolo a. C. Napoli: Bibliopolis.

––––. 1992. “Sesto Empirico e l’Accademia scettica”, Elenchos 13: 169–99.

––––. 1993. “The Academic Position of Favorinus of Arelate”, Phronesis 38: 183–213.

––––. 1994. “Accademici e pirroniani nel II secolo D.C.”, 85–103 in A. Alberti (ed.), Realtà e ragione: Studi di filosofia
       antica. Firenze: Olschki.
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––––. 2000. “Su alcune recenti interpretazioni dello scetticismo dell’Academia. Plutarch. Adv. Col. 26, 1121F–1122F: una
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––––. 2002. “Gli accademici ‘veōteroi nel secondo secolo d.C.”, Méthexis 15: 45–70.

––––. 2004. “Il dibattito antico sullo scetticismo di Platone”, Elenchos 25: 413–46. (Critical notice of Bonazzi 2003a.)

––––. 2007a. “Cicerone e lo scetticismo”, 75–84 in P. Ciaravolo (ed.), La personalità filosofica di Marco Tullio Cicerone.
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V Contemporary Skepticism
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