Arcesilaus attacked especially their doctrine of the criterion of truth.
Seneca is of opinion, that he was suspected to be as much given to wine as Arcesilaus.
The same thing, but not designed by him, despatched also the philosopher Arcesilaus.
The vase with the subject of Arcesilaus brought 1,050 francs.
He is put to death by his brother or friend Learchus, who in his turn is poisoned by Eryxo the widow of Arcesilaus.
As an instance of this, Hecaton calls the case of Arcesilaus silly, and not to the purpose.
Arcesilaus himself laid great stress upon this doctrine, which Sextus carefully shows us is utterly inconsistent with Pyrrhonism.
Arcesilaus, denying both intellectual and sensuous knowledge, publicly avowed that he knew nothing, not even his own ignorance!
Arcesilaus founded his on dialectic, while Pyrrho's was empirical.
Cyrene, Arcesilaus's home; its foundation and the oracle given to Battus (5-69).