Antisthenes - Wikiquote
Quotes about Antisthenes Edit. It was not long before  despised [all the philosophers at Athens] save Antisthenes, whom he cultivated, not so much from approval of the man himself as of the words he spoke, which he felt to be alone true and best adapted to help mankind.For when he contrasted the man Antisthenes with his words, he sometimes made this criticism, that the man himself was much
Posted: Monday Mar 1, 2021
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Japanese proverbs - Wikiquote
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Antisthenes - Wikiquote
Posted: (5 days ago) Quotes about Antisthenes Edit. It was not long before  despised [all the philosophers at Athens] save Antisthenes, whom he cultivated, not so much from approval of the man himself as of the words he spoke, which he felt to be alone true and best adapted to help mankind.For when he contrasted the man Antisthenes with his words, he sometimes made this criticism, that the man himself was much ...
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