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Michel de Montaigne (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

If there are equipollent arguments for and against any practical course of action, however, we might wonder how Montaigne is to avoid the practical paralysis that would seem to follow from the suspension of judgment. Here Sextus tells us that Pyrrhonists do not suffer from practical paralysis because they allow themselves to be guided by the way things seem to them, all the while withholding assent regarding the veracity of these appearances. Thus Pyrrhonists are guided by passive acceptance of what Sextus calls the “fourfold observances”: guidance by nature, necessitation by feelings, the handing down of laws and customs, and the teaching of kinds of expertise. The Pyrrhonist, then, having no reason to oppose what seems evident to her, will seek food when hungry, avoid pain, abide by local customs, and consult experts when necessary – all without holding any theoretical opinions or beliefs.

One quality that philosophers typically share is the urge to question deeply. Few philosophers remain content to stand on tradition, authority, common opinion, or unquestioning belief. Some philosophers question more deeply than others. Miguel de Montaigne is among the philosophers who question most deeply of all: the skeptics.

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    One quality that philosophers typically share is the urge to question deeply. Few philosophers remain content to stand on tradition, authority, common opinion, or unquestioning belief. Some philosophers question more deeply than others. Miguel de Montaigne is among the philosophers who question most deeply of all: the skeptics.

    El Ensayo apareció por pimera vez en el siglo XVI,cuando en 1580 el escritor francés Miguel de Montaige (1533-1592) la aplicó a una serie de artículos que denominó "Essais".