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Academy of Athens

Arcesilaus (c. 316—242 bc)

Carneades (214—129 bc)

 

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FORSTER-COOPER, Clive (1880 - 1947), Director of British Museum (Natural History), South Kensington, since 1938; Foreign Member of New York Academy of Sciences

SOUTER, Alexander (1873 - 1949), Corresponding Fellow, Mediæval Academy of America, 1938; Active Member, New Society of Letters of Lund (Sweden) 1927

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Name given to the Academy of Athens in the 3rd century bc when it became controlled by the sceptics, including Arcesilaus and Carneades.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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