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Return to Greek Courtesans Diogenes the Cynic "The nude Cynic fears no fire for his tub; if broken, he will make himself a new house to-morrow, or keep it repaired with clamps of lead. They illustrate the precepts by which he lived: that personal happiness is satisfied by meeting one's natural needs and that what is natural cannot be shameful or indecent. His life, therefore, was lived with extreme simplicity, inured to want, and without shame. It was this determination to follow his own dictates and not mna to the conventions of society that he was given the epithet "dog," from which the name "cynic" is derived. As to why he was called a dog, Diogenes replied, "Because I fawn upon those who give me anything, and bark at those who give me nothing, and bite the rogues.

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Diogenes the Cynic

Return to Greek Courtesans Diogenes the Cynic "The nude Cynic fears no fire for his tub; if broken, he will make himself a new house to-morrow, or keep it repaired with clamps of lead. When asked why he went about with a lamp in broad daylight, Diogenes confessed, "I am looking for a [honest] man.

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Waterhouse by Peter Trippi. This example is in the Altes Museum Berlin. Here, the young woman substitutes for Alexander, standing between the sulking Diogenes and the sun.

Seeing drinking from his hands, Diogenes threw away his cup and remarked, " has beaten me in plainness of living. Reproached lpoking behaving indecently in public, he lamented only that he wished it were as easy to relieve hunger by rubbing one's stomach.

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In his Lives of the Eminent Philosophers, Diogenes Laertius also writes about Epicurus BCwho proposed that the purpose of philosophy was to secure a happy life: "I know not how to conceive the good, apart from the pleasures of taste, sexual loking, the pleasures of sound and the pleasures of beautiful form. By when the Archaeological Society of Athens began to take responsibility for excavationsthe molded figurines, which were produced from about BC and originally developed in Athens, had flooded the market, prompting both heavily restored and completely forged pieces.

Asked why he begged in front of a statue, Diogenes replied that he did so to get used to being refused.

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Of orators, that they speak of justice but never practice it. He also positions the philosopher next to a staircase, just as Raphael places him on the stairs in the The School of Athens Vatican. As to why he was called a dog, Diogenes replied, "Because I fawn upon those who give me anything, vor bark at those who give me nothing, and bite the rogues. Of mathematicians, that they keep their eyes on the heavens and overlook what is at their feet.

The pull of the drapery over the body, traces of color, and the individual expressions and casual poses all created a sensation at the time.

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Chided as an old man who ought to rest, he replied, "What, if I honesr running in the stadium, ought I to slacken my pace when approaching the goal? Why do people give to beggars, he was asked, but not to philosophers? When asked when a man should marry, he replied that a young man ought not to marry just yet and an old man not at all.

Fittingly, a shadow is cast over the isolated figure, who reclines at the feet of Aristotle. They illustrate the precepts by which he lived: that personal happiness is satisfied by meeting one's natural needs and that what is natural cannot be shameful or indecent. Asked why he anointed his feet with scent, he replied that he then would be able to smell it; if on his head, it only would pass into the air above him. A final illustration of Diogenes, this time the The School of Athensa honewt by Raphael that decorated one of the papal apartments of Julius II.

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His life, therefore, was lived with extreme simplicity, inured to want, and without shame. She is painted to resemble the terracotta figurines from Tanagra that had been discovered in Boeotia in the early s.

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And criticized for drinking in a tavern, he said that he also had his hair kooking in a barber's shop. When asked why he alone praised an indifferent harp player, Diogenes replied "because he plays the harp and does not steal. It was this determination to follow his own dictates and not adhere to the conventions of society that he was given the epithet "dog," from which the name "cynic" is derived.