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  Carneades   - son of Epicomus; an Academic philosopher, who died in 129 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
213/9 The birth of Carneades.
163/7 Syll_666, the base of a statue of Carneades at Athens.
160/9 Carneades is reprimanded for speaking too loudly in the gymnasium.
160/10 Carneades becomes head of the Academy at Athens.
158/3 Cleitomachus becomes a pupil of Carneades.
155/5 enians send the philosophers Carneades, Diogenes, and Critolaus to
136/4 head of the Academy, when Carneades the son of Epicomus resigns
129/33 Carneades purges his body with "white hellebore".
129/34 Carneades has many pupils, including Aeschines, Cleitomachus, Mentor,
129/35 eral comments on the philosophy and diligent character of Carneades.
129/36 The death of Carneades son of Epicomus.
109/8 sopher Cleitomachus expounds the doctrines of his teacher Carneades.
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Carneades
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_51-59 *   ronica. [51] & DiogLaert_4'65 (Carneades) & The death of
Cic:Acad_1.46   ; and right down to Carneades, who was fourth ** in   does Antipater cross swords with Carneades in so many volumes ?'
Cic:Acad_2.12   us come to Arcesilas and Carneades."
Cic:Acad_2.16   afterwards it was completed by Carneades, who is the fourth in
Cic:Acad_2.28   that nothing else could, Carneades with greater acumen used
Cic:Acad_2.59   that some people hold about Carneades are true. For if nothing
Cic:Acad_2.67   premiss and the minor ( Carneades used sometimes to grant as
Cic:Acad_2.78   to have been accepted by Carneades ; although for my own
Cic:Acad_2.87   he that furnished weapons to Carneades. [88] My points are of
Cic:Acad_2.93   as I am concerned,' says Carneades, 'you may not only rest
Cic:Acad_2.98   situation of this nature occurred, Carneades used to play with the
Cic:Acad_2.102   of the way in which Carneades treated the difficulties you refer
Cic:Acad_2.108   Clitomachus when he writesthat Carneades really did accomplish an
Cic:Acad_2.109   in which Antiochus thinks Carneades should preferably have been
Cic:Acad_2.112   him, especially as even Carneades does not vehemently combat
Cic:Acad_2.131   near to this position. Also Carneades used to put forward the
Cic:Acad_2.137   read in Clitomachus that when Carneades and the Stoic Diogenes **
Cic:Acad_2.139   whose opinion indeed Carneades was constantly defending
Cic:Acad_2.148   to say was that of Carneades, and am beginning to think
Cic:DeOr_1.45   diligent hearer of the famous Carneades himself, a man beyond all
Cic:DeOr_1.49   Aristotle, and Theophrastus, and Carneades, were eloquent, and spoke
Cic:DeOr_2.155   philosophers of that age, Carneades, Critolaus, and Diogenes; who,
Cic:DeOr_2.161   to it. [161] As to Carneades, that extraordinary force and variety
Cic:DeOr_3.68   its origin, in which Carneades distinguished himself by a
Cic:DeOr_3.71   minds all the powers of Carneades, or those of Aristotle. [72]
Cic:DeOr_3.80   manner of Arcesilas or Carneades, to dispute against every
Cic:DeOr_3.147   with your Aristotle, nor Carneades, nor any of the
Cic:Rep_3.8   now report what the Greek Carneades, who was accustomed . .
Cic:Rep_3.9   reply [to me but] to Carneades, whose way it is frequently
Cic:Rep_3.28   defence of injustice made by Carneades is lost, but we are
Cic:Tusc_3.54   it a treatise written by Carneades, which, as Clitomachus says, he
Cic:Tusc_3.59   [25.] For this reason Carneades, as I see our friend
Cic:Tusc_4.5   that Diogenes the Stoic, and Carneades the Academic, were sent as
Cic:Tusc_4.53   in the same manner as Carneades used to do, I fear
Cic:Tusc_5.11   question. And this custom Carneades adopted with great copiousness
Cic:Tusc_5.83   as we are informed, Carneades used indeed to dispute
Cic:Tusc_5.84   goods of nature," as Carneades maintained against the Stoics:-
Cic:Tusc_5.87   worthwhile to defend the deserted Carneades: for there is not one
Cic:Tusc_5.107   Cleanthes, Chrysippus, Antipater, Carneades, Panaetius, Clitomachus, Philon,
Cic:Tusc_5.120   the mind: [120] whose disputes Carneades used, as a sort of
DiogLaert_7.182   ference to which circumstance, Carneades called him Cryxip
DiogLaert_10.9   niceus, who went over to Carneades, probably because he
DiogLaert_10.26   valled by Chrysippus, as Carneades asserts, who calls him
Lucian:Macr_20   of Plato, eighty-four; Carneades, the head of the New
Phld:Acad_33   of Callicles, the disciple of Carneades, for about eight years; he
Phld:Phil_27   . . of all, of Carneades and the others, he was
Plin:HN_7.112   from Athens, after hearing Carneades advised that these envoys
Syll_666   (before 162)   os dedicated this statue of Karneades of Azenia. &r
ValMax_8.7e.5   [7e.5]   Carneades was a laborious and persistent

  Carneades 2   - son of Polemarchus; an Academic philosopher, late 2nd century B.C.
136/4 Carneades the son of Polemarchus becomes head of the Academy, when
130/6a the Academy, following the death of Carneades son of Polemarchus.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_55 EMUS] After the death of Carneades the son of Polemarchus,

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