Biography:Hegesinus of Pergamon

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Short description: Ancient Greek Academic Skeptic philosopher

Hegesinus of Pergamon (Greek: Ἡγησίνους, translit. Hēgēsínous), was an Academic Skeptic philosopher from Pergamon. He was the successor of Evander and the immediate predecessor of Carneades as the leader (scholarch) of the Platonic Academy, and served for a period around 160 BC.[1] Nothing else is known about him.