Gorgias (485-380 BCE) was a Greek sophist and skeptic born in Sicily who became an ambassador in Athens and loquacious teacher. His On Nature claims that nothing truly exists.
Plato wrote his dialogue, Gorgias, to refute this position.
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Michael Clark, Ph.D.
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