“Pyrrho, like Epicurus, represented two forms of Greek decadence: related in hatred for dialectics and for all theatrical virtues, deliberately holding in low esteem that which they loved. Epicurus more naive, idyllic, and grateful. Pyrrho more traveled, experienced, and nihilistic: his life was a protest against the great doctrine of identity.”
—F. Nietzsche, The Will to Power, §437 (edited excerpt).