Myles Burnyeat  

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"'From the fact that honey appears bitter to some and sweet to others Democritus concluded that it is neither sweet nor bitter, Heraclitus that it is both.' This report from Sextus Empiricus (PH 11.63) testifies that arguments from conflicting appearances came early to the repertoire of philosophy. --"Conflicting Appearances" (1979) by Myles Burnyeat

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Myles Fredric Burnyeat (1 January 1939 – 20 September 2019) was an English scholar of ancient philosophy.




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