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Pyrrho (300 - 300) -- Greek sceptic philosopher, who argued for the impossibility of knowing things in their own nature
Anaximenes (610 - 550) -- one of the three Milesian pre-Socratic 'natural philosophers'
Cleanthes (310 - 230) -- Greek stoic philosopher, who was a follower of Zeno of Citium
George Berkeley (1685 - 1753) -- English philosopher who argued against Lockean scepticism and posited an alternative based, famously, on common sense
Rudyard Kipling (1865 - 1936) -- English writer, noted for his fiction set in India and Burma during British rule