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    Diogenes of Sinope was a very playful philosopher who is said to have lived in ancient Greece between BC. Diogenes was an ascetic, begging his food and living in very poor conditions. His greatest joy was to challenge people’s beliefs and values in a very intelligent manner.
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    Another thing you must do in order to live like Diogenes is to sabotage the work of those whose opinions you disagree with. It is said that Diogenes was not very fond of Plato’s teachings and often chose to eat while Plato delivered lectures and speeches, that way people would not Author: Mirian Rodrigues.
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    May 26,  · In this lecture we are going to investigate the life and ideas of Diogenes the Cynic. The word cynic comes from the Greek word for dog (kyon) and Diogenes is a name which means “the man from God”. Hence, Diogenes was also called Diogenes the Dog which means “the man from God who acted like a dog”.
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    Why Diogenes? Diogenes of Synope Æ Greek Philosopher ( BC) Scorned and rejected material wealth & possessions “life according to nature” “self-sufficiency” “lack of shame” “contempt for social organization” Diogenes, Jean-Léon Gérôme,
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