Stoic Six Pack 5: The Cynics: An Introduction to Cynic Philosophy/The Moral Sayings of Publius Syrus/Life of Antisthenes/The Symposium, Book 4/Life of Diogenes/Life of Crates

  • Title: Stoic Six Pack 5: The Cynics: An Introduction to Cynic Philosophy/The Moral Sayings of Publius Syrus/Life of Antisthenes/The Symposium, Book 4/Life of Diogenes/Life of Crates
  • Author: Diogenes Laërtius Publilius Syrus Xenophon John MacCunn H.G. Dakyns Charles Duke Yonge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Stoic Six Pack The Cynics An Introduction to Cynic Philosophy The Moral Sayings of Publius Syrus Life of Antisthenes The Symposium Book Life of Diogenes Life of Crates I would rather go mad than feel pleasure Antisthenes For Cynics the secret to happiness was living a life of virtue in harmony with Nature with only the bare essentials necessary for survival They rej
    I would rather go mad than feel pleasure Antisthenes For Cynics the secret to happiness was living a life of virtue in harmony with Nature with only the bare essentials necessary for survival They rejected materialism and were free of belongings Many were homeless and proud of it The Cynics emphasized the value of self sufficiency, or autarkeia They ate one vege I would rather go mad than feel pleasure Antisthenes For Cynics the secret to happiness was living a life of virtue in harmony with Nature with only the bare essentials necessary for survival They rejected materialism and were free of belongings Many were homeless and proud of it The Cynics emphasized the value of self sufficiency, or autarkeia They ate one vegetarian meal a day and made a habit of walking vast distances to stay in shape The school extolled the virtue of perseverance, or karteria The founder of Cynicism was Antisthenes 445 365 BC , a former student of Socrates He was followed by Diogenes of Sinope, who famously lived in a tub on the streets of Athens The third key figure was Crates of Thebes 360 280 BC , a rich man who gave away his money to live a life of pious poverty Crates wed the like minded Hipparchia of Maroneia and they became one of the few known philosopher couples in antiquity Stoic Six Pack 5 The Cynics presents the key primary sources of this ancient philosophy, as well as secondary material to provide insight and understanding An Introduction to Cynic Philosophy by John MacCunn The Moral Sayings of Publius Syrus, a Roman Slave by Publius Syrus Life of Antisthenes by Diogenes La rtius Book IV of The Symposium by Xenophon Life of Diogenes by Diogenes La rtius Life of Crates by Diogenes La rtius With the rise of Stoicism in the 3rd Century B.C the Cynic movement stalled But there was renewed interest in the 1st Century A.D when bedraggled Cynics could be found on the streets of Rome in large numbers, preaching their creed of anti materialism and a simple life The philosophy struck a chord with certain elements of Roman society and Cynics flourished into the 4th Century A.D unlike Stoicism, which had long since faded by that time It is not that I am mad, it is only that my head is different from yours Diogenes of Sinope.

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    1. Diogenes Laertius pronounced die OJ uh neez ley UH shus Greek , Diogen s Laertios lived c 3rd century CE was a biographer of the Greek philosophers Nothing is known about his life, but his surviving Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers is a principal source for the history of Greek philosophy.


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