Diogenes

Diogenes (z; Διογένης) is a Greek name shared by several important historical figures; the best known of whom is: ...
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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

[n] - Greek Cynic philosopher 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

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

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

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

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

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

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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