The Pyrrhonians believed that "ataraxia" can be obtained by suspending judgement upon anything non-evident. They also noted the senses are faulty and the intellect too obscure, to understand and convey truth (see the ten tropes).
But having no beliefs, in any way whatsoever, is very hard to live up to. If I see a car flying towards me, I'm not about to just stand there and debate epistemology with myself, I'm going to get out of the way.
So, are the Pyrrhonians, those great ancient skeptics, wrong about at least a few things? In other words, since they insist they do not dogmatize, but rather record things as they appear, how can they possibly be wrong? Finally, and more importantly, is this the way to 'ataraxia'? I understand it feels very good and it's free.