The Cynic Philosophers - From Diogenes to Julian
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Resumo The Cynic Philosophers - From Diogenes to Julian
'Poverty does not consist in the want of money,' I answered, 'nor is begging to be deplored. Poverty consists in the desire to have everything, and through violent means if necessary'
From their founding in the fifth century BC and for over 800 years, the Cynic philosophers sought to cure humanity of greed and vice with their proposal of living simply. They guaranteed happiness to their adherents through freedom of speech, poverty, self-sufficiency and physical hardiness. In this fascinating and completely new collection of Cynic writing through the centuries, from Diogenes and Hipparchia, to Lucian and the Roman emperor Julian, the history and experiences of the Cynic philosophers are explored to the full.
Robert Dobbin's introduction examines the public image of the Cynics through the ages, as well as the philosophy's contradictions and how their views on women were centuries ahead of their time. This edition also includes notes on the text, chronology, glossary and suggested further reading.
Translated, edited and with an introduction by Robert Dobbin
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CARACTERÍSTICAS DO EBOOK
- Formato ePub
- Editor Penguin
- Data de lançamento dezembro 2012
- EAN 9780141939308