So while the expression is the same, the explanation of it given by Pyrrho must have been different.
But I do not forget that Epictetus was a slave and Pyrrho a gardener.
The earnestness of Pyrrho is further shown by an example given by Diogenes.
Yet the importance of these questions shows the originality of Pyrrho.
In comparing the later Pyrrhonism with the teachings of Pyrrho, we would sharply contrast the moral attitude of the two.
The followers of Pyrrho, it is said, made doubting a profession, until at last they doubted whether they did doubt.
Arcesilaus founded his on dialectic, while Pyrrho's was empirical.
The proper course of the sage, said Pyrrho, is to ask himself three questions.
We would attribute, however, the empirical tendency shown during the whole history of Pyrrhonism to Pyrrho as its originator.
Pyrrho, nesidemus, the whole corps of ataraxists had surged suddenly and rescued him from the toils of the inscrutable.