A contemporary of Aristotle, Pyrrho followed Alexander to the East and was exposed to the thinkers of India. Returning to Greece he established the earliest Greek form of scepticism and founded a school of thought that would come to be called Pyrrhonism. When faced by a dilemma, the Pyrrhonist rejects taking a side – finding peace in non-commitment.

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