Xeniades a Greek philosopher, was a native of Corinth. The age in which he flourished is uncertain. Our knowledge of him is derived chiefly from Sextus Empiricus, who represents him as the most ultra sceptic, maintaining that all notions are false, and that there is absolutely nothing true in the universe.

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