For bibliographical information about the Megarians, see Euclides; Eubulides; Diodorus Cronus; Stilpo.
In the Megarian school, first Eubulides quarrelled with him and calumniated him (Diog.
EUBULIDES, a native of Miletus, Greek philosopher and successor of Eucleides as head of the Megarian school.
Eubulides wrote a treatise on Diogenes the Cynic and also a number of comedies.
This dialectic, initiated by Euclides, became more and more opposed to the testimony of experience; in the hands of Eubulides and Alexinus it degenerated into hairsplitting, mainly in the form of the reductio ad absurdum.
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