Agrippa the Skeptic  

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Agrippa (Template:Lang-el) was a Skeptic philosopher who probably lived towards the end of the 1st century AD. He is regarded as the author of "five grounds of doubt" or tropes (Template:Lang-el), which are purported to establish the impossibility of certain knowledge.


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