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  Cynics   - a sect of Greek philosophers
Wikipedia entry
  + Cynic , Cynicism
306/7 Demetrius of Phalerum meets the Cynic philosopher Crates at Thebes.
285/12 The death of the Cynic philosopher Crates.
270/5 Sayings of Metrocles the Cynic philosopher.
    Within translations:
AntipSid_7.413   man, but the manly life of the Cynics. Nor do tunics faste
Apul:Flor_14   you will!' she cried. The Cynic led her into the stoa;
Archias_7.68   14 } & On Diogenes the Cynic O boatman of Hades, conveyo
Athen_4.162   Love of Sphodrias the Cynic, and the Amatory Conversati
Athen_4.163   not a man like you, you Cynic, who never sacrificed to
Athen_6.268   noy you, (for as for the Cynics I do not care the least
Athen_10.422    And Crates the Cynic, as Sosicrates tells us in his
Athen_13.588   orator, and Diogenes the Cynic: and it was also said that
Athen_13.591   when Crates the Cynic saw it, he called it "a votive
Athen_13.612   upon you and the rest of the Cynics. >> Athenaeus:
Athen_14.629   the World', which Menippus the Cynic mentions in his Banqu
Athen_14.664   And Menippus the Cynic, in his book called Arcesilaus,
Cic:DeOr_3.62   Socrates, sprang first the Cynics, afterwards the Stoics. Next,
Cic:Tusc_1.104   in his character of a Cynic, he expressed himself in a
Cic:Tusc_5.92   a greater liberty, like a Cynic, when Alexander asked him if
Demetr:Eloc_170   free-livers. The Cynic humour is, for the most part, of
Demetr:Eloc_259   so in comedies; and all the Cynic manner is of this cha
Demetr:Eloc_261   that every variety of Cynic speech reminds you of a dog
DiogLaert_7.3   for the shamelessness of the Cynics. On which account,
DiogLaert_7.17   it." And when some Cynic one day said that he had
DiogLaert_7.121   that he will become a Cynic; for that Cynicism is a sho
DiogLaert_7.131   lic, and by Diogenes the Cynic, and by Plato; and then,
DiogLaert_10.8   ntidorus, Samidorus; the Cynics he called the enemies of
DiogLaert_10.119   will he become a Cynic (as he says in his second book
Plut:Mor_182   the rabble ? & Thrasyllus the Cynic begged a drachma of
Plut:Mor_847   sion. Diogenes the Cynic seeing him one day in a tavern,
ValMax_4.3e.4   the continence of Diogenes the Cynic. As he was sitting in

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