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THE CYNICS

have all things in common : therefore the wise possess everything. (A.)
Diogenes said that when he saw navigators, doctors, and philosophers, he thought man the cleverest of living things, but that when he saw prophets and interpreters of dreams and people paying attention to them, and when he saw men proud of their reputation or wealth, he thought that there was nothing sillier than human beings.

Cynic Humour
IN Samothrace a man was wondering at the number of votive offerings dedicated by those who had escaped shipwreck. There would have been far more, said Diogenes, if we had the offerings of those who did not escape.
Antisthenes being praised by some vicious men said, I am afraid I must have done something wrong.
When Antisthenes was being initiated into the Orphic rites, the priest told him that the initiated enjoy many good things in the next world. Why not die then ? said Antisthenes.
Asked what wine he liked best, Diogenes replied, Other people's.
Asked at what age one should marry, he said, When young, not yet ; when older, never. (D.)
Seeing a young man playing cottabos in the baths, he said, The better, the worse. (D.)
Seeing some women hanging on an olive tree, he said, I wish that all trees would bear this kind of fruit. (D.)
When a man was reading a long essay, and gave a glimpse of a page at the end of the book with no writing on it, Diogenes said, Courage, I see land.
When asked for an offering to Cybele, Antisthenes said,

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