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None of us knows anything, not even whether we know or do not know, nor do
we know whether not knowing and knowing exist, nor in general whether there is
anything or not. 1 Gomperz regarded this as genuine. * Protagoras, Frg. 1. 2.
PROTAGORAS OF ABDERA Pr6tagoras of Abdera: latter half of fifth century B.C.
He wrote a book called Truth or Refutatory Arguments or On Being; and one On
the Gods. Various other titles are mentioned. 1. (From 'Truth' or 'Refutatory ...
Protagoras and the other Sophists were the first to compose these set pieces
known as 'common-places'). 6a. (Protagoras was the first to say that there were
two contradictory arguments about everything). 6b. To make the weaker cause
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A definitely must read for any Philosophy student or anyone interested in knowing the origins of Western thought. Here you find all the known fragments of the early Greek Philosophers without ... Read full review