Introduction 1: The Mode of Disagreement 2: The Mode of Hypothesis 3: The Mode of Infinite Regression 4: The Mode of Reciprocity 5: The Mode of Relativity 6: The Modes Combined
Stefan Sienkiewicz read Literae Humaniores at Christ Church, Oxford, where he also took an MSt in Ancient Philosophy. He holds a DPhil in Philosophy from Oriel College, Oxford. Since 2014 he has been Career Development Fellow in Ancient Philosophy at Balliol College, Oxford, having previously worked as a college lecturer both at Christ Church and at Oriel.
This book has much to commend it: Sextus's text is clearly
explained, distinctions are carefully drawn, the prose is clear,
and attention is paid to philological and philosophical issues ...
Sienkiewicz makes a valuable contribution to the literature *
Justin Vlasits, Eberhard Karls University of Tubingen, Journal of
the History of Philosophy *
highly original * Richard Bett, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews *