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Panthoedus

*Panqoi/dos), a dialectic philosopher about B. C. 270, who wrote a treatise, πεοὶ ἀμφιβολιῶν,, which was attacked by Chrysippus. He was the preceptor of Lycon, the peripatetic philosopher. (D. L. 5.68, 7.193.)

[W.M.G]

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