Seminar on Skepticism
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Peter Suber, Philosophy Department, Earlham College

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Skeptical links

There is virtually no scholarship of significance on the web about skepticism in the original sense, the teachings of Pyrrho and those inspired by him. However there are articles on ancient and modern skepticism, and on major skeptics, in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, and the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Here are a few other articles:

By contrast, there is a great deal on the web devoted to "skepticism" as the critique of pseudo-science and paranormal claims. For example:

For other philosophy links, see my Guide to Philosophy on the Internet.

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