Diogenes

[n] - Greek Cynic philosopher who rejected social conventions (circa 400-325 BC)
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Diogenes

(c. 412-c. 323 BC) Ascetic Greek philosopher of the cynic school. He believed in freedom and self-sufficiency for the individual, and that the virtuous life was the simple life; he did not believe in social mores....
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Diogenes

Di·og'e·nes noun A Greek Cynic philosopher (412?-323 B. C. ) who lived much in Athens and was distinguished for contempt of the common aims and conditions of life, and for sharp, caustic sayings. Diogenes' crab (Zoology) , a species of terrestrial hermit crabs ( Cenobita
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diogenes

A Greek Cynic philosopher (412?-323 B. C) who lived much in Athens and was distinguished for contempt of the common aims and conditions of life, and for sharp, caustic sayings. ... <zoology> Diogenes' crab, a species of terrestrial hermit crabs (Cenobita Diogenes), abundant in the West Indies and often destructive to crops. Diogenes' tub, the
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Diogenes

noun an ancient Greek philosopher and Cynic who rejected social conventions (circa 400-325 BC)
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Diogenes

• (n.) A Greek Cynic philosopher (412?-323 B. C.) who lived much in Athens and was distinguished for contempt of the common aims and conditions of life, and for sharp, caustic sayings.
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Diogenes

archetype of the Cynics, a Greek philosophical sect that stressed stoic self-sufficiency and the rejection of luxury. He is credited by some with ... [3 related articles]
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Diogenes

Diogenes (Pronunciation-needed; Διογένης) is a Greek name shared by several important historical figures: ...
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Diogenes

Diogenes (dīoj'unēz) , c.412–323 B.C., Greek Cynic philosopher; pupil of Antisthenes. He was born in Sinope and lived in Athens. He taught that the virtuous life is the simple life, and he dramatically discarded conventional comforts, living in a tub. He is said to have thrown ...
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Diogenes

Diogenes of Sinope was the most famous of the Cynic philosophers. He was born about 412 BC and died in 323 BC Having been banished from his native place with his father, who had been accused of coining false money, he went to Athens, and thrust himself upon Antisthenes as a disciple. Like Antisthenes he despised all philosophical speculations, and
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Diogenes

Type: Term Pronunciation: di-oj′ĕ-nēz Definitions: 1. Of Sinope, Greek philosopher, 412-323 B.C. See: Diogenes cup, poculum diogenis
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Diogenes

Ascetic Greek philosopher of the cynic school. He believed in freedom and self-sufficiency for the individual, and that the virtuous life was the simple life; he did not believe in social mores. His own writings do not survive
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Diogenes

[journal] Diogenes is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes papers three times a year in the field of Philosophy. The journal`s editors are Maurice Aymard (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales) and Luca Maria Scarantino (ICPHS). It has been in publication since 1953 and is currently published by SAGE Publications on behalf
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Diogenes

[genus] Diogenes is a genus of hermit crabs. ...
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