53 - Beware of the Philosopher: the Cynics
In this episode we unleash the most outrageous ancient philosophers, Diogenes and the Cynics, and their quest to “deface the currency” by exposing the hypocrisy of Greek society.
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• R. Bracht Branham and M.-O. Goulet-Cazé, The Cynics (London: 1996).
• W. Desmond, Cynics (Stocksfield: 2008).
• D.R. Dudley, A History of Cynicism from Diogenes to the Sixth Century AD (London: 1937).
• G. Giannantoni, Socratis et Socraticorum Reliquiae, vol.2 (Naples: 1900). [Collection of fragments and testimonies about the early Cynics.]