Their followers were called, respectively, Academics and Cynics.
Some of our young students will be telling me perhaps that I have overlooked the Academics.
However, the right to hack shouldnt only be extended to academics.
Moreover, the Academics had allowed the possibility of probable knowledge.
Plutarch's word is κατάληψις, the word that was used by the Academics.
They mean the realities of liberty and not the academics of theory.
Plays were therefore only criminal when they were acted by academics.
Tully, in his "Academics," introduces Varro himself giving us some light concerning the scope and design of those works.
A university club in New York in 1745 could have had but fifteen members at most, for these were all the "academics" in town.
Academics – fed up with the monopolistic practices of professional publications - already publish there in big numbers.