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Diogenes of Sinope, also known as Diogenes the Cynic, was a philosopher and notable figure in ancient Greece. Born in 412 BC in Sinope, a Greek colony on the coast of the Black Sea, Diogenes challenged social conventions and became one of the most intriguing and controversial philosophers of his time. His lifestyle and teachings defied established norms, and his anecdotes and provocations left an indelible mark on the history of philosophical thought. Diogenes was known for his disdain for material comforts, living in poverty and rejecting conventional social norms. He adopted an ascetic way of life, carrying only the essentials and divesting himself of any superfluous possessions. It is said that he lived in a barrel, and his rejection of social norms and his pursuit of authenticity led him to be considered the founding father of the philosophical school of cynicism. Diogenes challenged the powerful and influential figures of his time, ridiculing famous philosophers like Plato and rejecting established social conventions. Through his actions and words, he sought to question notions of virtue, happiness, and the true purpose of life. His teachings, though often controversial and provocative, invite reflection and the questioning of our own beliefs and values. In this presentation, we will explore the life, anecdotes, and philosophy of Diogenes the Cynic, delving into the challenging and rebellious philosophy that characterized him. Through his words and actions, we will uncover the subversive ideas and the search for authenticity that defined this remarkable Greek philosopher. Pictures through Wikimedia commons: 1. 🤍 2. 🤍 3.🤍 4. 🤍 5. 🤍 6.🤍 7. 🤍 8. 🤍 ► Watch more: ⚫ The Craziest Philosopher in History — 🤍 ⚫ When Alexander the Great Met Diogenes — 🤍 STOIC BOOKS👇 Modern Books ⚫ Courage Is Calling - Ryan Holiday: 🤍 ⚫ The Daily Stoic - Ryan Holiday: 🤍 ⚫ The Obstacle Is the Way - Ryan Holiday: 🤍 ⚫ Lives of the Stoics - Ryan Holiday: 🤍 ⚫ How to Be a Stoic - Massimo Pigliucci: 🤍 ⚫ A Handbook for New Stoics - Massimo Pigliucci: 🤍 Classical Books ⚫ Meditations - Marcus Aurelius: 🤍 ⚫ Discourses and Selected Writings - Epictetus: 🤍 ⚫ On the Shortness of Life - Seneca: 🤍 Timecodes 0:00 - Unconventional statements 0:18 - Begging with purpose 0:32 - Challenging Plato's judgment 0:52 - Unconventional philosopher 2:33 - Toughening against discomfort 2:55 - Purifying the tree 3:25 - Life and death 3:38 - In the face of adversity 4:11 - A playful introduction 4:30 - Real wisdom beyond words 4:55 - Money as a lesson 5:04 - Embracing opposition 5:17 - The true cost of wealth 5:42 - Observing human weaknesses 6:01 - The search for an honest man 6:29 - The spectacle of attention 6:52 - Washing vegetables and courting kings 7:13 - Simplicity surpassed 7:23 - The dilemma of marriage and freedom 8:17 - The appearance of a wise man 8:27 - The worst nightmare 8:35 - Walking backward #stoicism #philosophy #diogenes
Who was the most memorable man around during the Golden Age of Athens? Should we name "the artist" Plato or maybe even "the encyclopedia" Aristotle, no, It can be only one, the outlandish Diogenes of Sinope otherwise known by the moniker "Diogenes the Cynic". Here is a man surrounded by the most notable names in western philosophical thought, but stands out none the less. Join me in understanding what made Diogenes stand out among the many giants that surrounded him. Music: Flecks of Light – YouTube Audio Library Instagram : 🤍 Sources: • 🤍 • 🤍 • 101 Great Philosophers : Makers of Modern Thought – Madsen Pirie CC Attribution: • Diogenes 1 - 🤍 • Diogenes and Alexander - 🤍 • Diogenes statue 1 - 🤍 • Diogenes Statue 2 - 🤍 • Antisthenes Bust - 🤍 • Diogenes and Alexander as dogs - 🤍 • Antisthenes mural - 🤍 • The Thinker Statue - 🤍
Join us on an immersive journey into the life and philosophy of Diogenes, one of the most intriguing characters from Ancient Greece. Our narrative is inspired by the comprehensive (and rather intense) ancient text by Diogenes Laërtius, specifically his work "Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers". It is within these historical pages where we uncover the accounts of Diogenes' journey from Sinope to Athens, his radical ideology, and a long series of peculiar interactions that marked his existence. Experience the philosopher's stark worldview, his unconventional defiance of social norms, and the sharp wit that earned him a unique place in the philosophical sphere. Through this modernized interpretation, we paint a vivid picture of Diogenes' life, filled with drama, humor, and profound depth. As we delve into his philosophical essence, we leave it up to you to draw your own conclusions. Was Diogenes a madman, marching to the beat of his own deranged drum? Was he a truth-teller, fearlessly speaking truth to power? Or was he a provocateur, constantly pushing the boundaries of social acceptability? Or perhaps, was he a blend of all the above? Embark on this captivating journey through time with us, as we unravel the nuances of Diogenes' philosophy, exploring how it challenged the conventions of his era and continues to inspire thought in our own. This one took a lot of work, so we hope you'll enjoy it. Check out our Patreon: 🤍 0:00 Intro and Setting the Scene 1:04 The Life of a Remarkable Man 44:32 Outtro #Diogenes #AncientPhilosophy #ModernizedClassics #GreekPhilosophy #LivesAndOpinions #CynicPhilosophy #HistoricalTales #AnimatedHistory #LifeLessons #WisdomOfTheAges #PhilosophicalJourney #UnconventionalWisdom #ExploringThePast #LearningFromHistory #UnderstandingPhilosophy #SpeakingTruthToPower #Provocateur #MadmanOrGenius
Diogenes strongly opposed social values and institutions, because, according to him, these are at odds with human nature. He believed that human society infused us with all kinds of unnatural desires that are not only obsolete but also prevent us from being happy. Therefore, we should strip ourselves of these corrupting man-made constructs, so we’re able to live how we’re supposed to live: in agreement with nature. Diogenes’ stance toward everything cultured was very obvious. He practiced what he preached, behaving obscenely, with no regard for convention. It’s no surprise that people called him ‘doggish’, dog-like, or simply ‘the dog’. This video explores Diogenes’ philosophy, and what we can learn from his ideas. Cuts, voice, footage, script by Einzelgänger. I also used Creative Commons, licensed material from Storyblocks, and Pixabay (links available upon request). Support the channel: ✔️ PayPal: 🤍 ✔️ Patreon: 🤍 ✔️ Bitcoin: 3HQnEz1LQ4G6dqN2LdZgzc7qoJjJCyWjTC (Donated BTC and want in the credits? Send me an email with the amount/address) Purchase my book (affiliate links): 📘 Paperback: 🤍 💻 Ebook: 🤍 Merchandise: 🛍️ Shop: 🤍 🛍️ Merchandise design by Punksthetic Art: 🤍 Music used: pATCHES - Humble Proofreading Jesse Gallagher - Spirit of Fire Doug Maxwell - Baroque Coffee House (Sting) Creative Commons (attributions): Macedon Empire map by Generic Mapping Tools: 🤍 Diogenes (a): 🤍 Epicurus: 🤍 Diogenes statue: 🤍 Antisthenes bust: 🤍 Stoa of Athens: 🤍 Boing sound: 🤍 Comedic noise: 🤍 Zipper sound: 🤍 Peeing sound: 🤍 Screams sound: 🤍 Party sound: 🤍 Chicken sound: 🤍 #cynics #cynicism #diogenes
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Discover the hilarious antics of Diogenes of Sinope, the most eccentric Cynic philosopher and undoubtedly, The Craziest Philosopher in History! Immerse yourself in the world of philosophy, life, and anecdotes as this philosopher-dog challenges Plato and mocks Stoicism. Get ready to laugh and reflect in this YouTube Shorts! #stoicism #stoic #philosophy #diogenes
Explore the ancient Greek philosophy of cynicism, which calls for the rejection of materialism and conformity in favor of a simple life. In the 4th century BCE, a young Diogenes of Sinope was found to be counterfeiting coins. He was stripped of his citizenship, his money, all his possessions and sent into exile. He decided he would live self-sufficiently, close to nature, without materialism, vanity, or conformity and only then could he be truly free. William D. Desmond details how Diogenes gave rise to the philosophy of cynicism. Lesson by William D. Desmond, directed by Avi Ofer. Animator's website: 🤍 Sign up for our newsletter: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Find us on Twitter: 🤍 Peep us on Instagram: 🤍 View full lesson: 🤍 Thank you so much to our patrons for your support! Without you this video would not be possible! Carlos H. Costa, Eimann P. Evarola, Aleksandr Lyozin, Mohamed Elsayed, Alan Wilder, Marcus Appelbaum, Francisco Leos, Kevin O'Leary, Les Howard, Ten Cha, Mehmet Yusuf Ertekin, Arlene Weston, phkphk123321, Jennifer Kurkoski, Ryan B Harvey, Austin Randall, Abhishek Bansal, Jayant Sahewal, Dian Atamyanov, igor romanenko, Jose Arcadio Valdes Franco, Brandy Sarver, Guy Hardy, Tu-Anh Nguyen, Karl Laius, Madee Lo, JY Kang, Marc Bou Zeid, Abhishek Goel, Charles A Hershberger, Coenraad Keuning, Robert Seik, Heidi Stolt, Alexis Hevia, Todd Gross, Brady Jones, Christina Salvatore, Zhong Ming Zenny Tan, Karisa Caudill, Bruno Pinho, Derek Drescher, Mihail Radu Pantilimon, Amin Shahril, Mohamed Elsayed, Barthélémy Michalon, Chumi Ogbonna, Karlee Finch, Mohammad Said, jj5252 and Kelvin Lam.
What life lessons can we learn from the philosophy of Diogenes the Cynic? Live simply and tolerate no bullshit is probably the best summary possible. From the Alexander the Great reaction to his antics or his trolling of Plato, Diogenes of Sinope provides a trove of both entertainment and inspiration. In this episode we look at the living philosophy of Diogenes of Sinope and see what we might learn and apply in our own lives. He is one of the most radical philosophers in the history of philosophy and is always guaranteed to evoke some reaction.. For Diogenes the Cynic philosophy was simple and it only had to be lived. He lived in an upturned wine cask in the agora of Ancient Athens. He is one of the most entertaining characters in Ancient Greek philosophy. He was contemporaneous with Alexander the Great and Plato and had amusing interactions with each that we’ll be exploring in this episode. #diogenes #thelivingphilosophy #philosophy
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Dive into the mind of history's craziest philosopher! Discover Diogenes and his impact on Stoic philosophy in this Youtube Shorts. From his minimalist lifestyle to his sharp insights, Diogenes, known for his eccentricity, challenged norms and left us with valuable lessons about the pursuit of truth and simplicity. Ready to explore his world? Hit play and share your thoughts in the comments. If you enjoyed it, don't forget to like and subscribe for more philosophical content. Learn, reflect, and enjoy Diogenes' wisdom on this intellectual journey! Pictures through Wikimedia commons: 1. 🤍 2. 🤍 3.🤍 4. 🤍 5. 🤍 6.🤍 #stoicism #stoic #philosophy #diogenes
Picture a philosopher. Probably an old bearded dude in a sweater vest? How about a homeless dude tickling his pickle in public? That was Diogenes of Sinope. He slept in a tub on the street, ate in the marketplace, defecated in the theater, and urinated on anyone he didn’t like. He despised civilization, but took full advantage of living in ancient greece - he studied from Socrates, he trolled Plato in the middle of his lessons, he even once met Alexander the Great. Alex came into town one day excited to meet the famous philosopher, and found Diogenes squatting in his tub. He said, “You are renowned for your philosophy, I myself was trained by Aristotle and have a great deal of respect for your kind. Is there any favour I can do for you?” “Yes, quit blocking the sunlight.” “Haha! If I were not Alexander, I would wish to be Diogenes” “Yeah, if I were not Diogenes I’d wish to be Diogenes too”. Diogenes was later kidnapped and sold into slavery, his master asked “What work do you do?” “I’m afraid my only skill is in governing men, so I’m a pretty slave but if you know anybody who needs a master I’m your boy”.
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Diogenes of Sinope might have been the most outrageous philosopher to ever live. He certainly didn't give a fk what anyone thought of him. *Reading* - Diogenes Laërtius, _Lives of Eminent Philosophers_ trans. Pamela Mensch (2018). - Diogenes Laërtius, _Lives of Eminent Philosophers_ trans. R. D. Hicks (1925). [Note: The Hicks translation has Plato's 'Socrates gone mad' quote, but the Mensch version does not. See Book 6, Ch. 54.] - Aelian, _Various History_ Avaliable here: 🤍 [This seems to be the source of the 'Socrates gone mad' quote. See Book 14, Ch. 33.] - Plutarch, _Parallel Lives_ Available here: 🤍 Note: I can't find the source of the story about Diogenes searching for the bones of Alexander's father - although it appears a lot online. If anyone knows where it came from, let me know! *Chapters* 0:00 History's Most Outrageous Philosopher 1:20 The Making of a Cynic 4:11 The Life of a Cynic 7:00 Diogenes and Plato 8:33 Diogenes and Alexander the Great 10:02 The Lessons of Diogenes *Attributions* Envato Elements - for all video clip and music licenses. Canva - for all graphics. Midjourney - for all AI generated images. Wikicommons: Michael F. Schönitzer. Diogenes Statue 1: 🤍 Panegyrics of Granovetter from Toronto. Diogenes Statue 2: 🤍 4edges. Illustration of The allegory of the Cave: 🤍 Other: Assassin's Creed Odyssey - for digital video of Ancient Greece. Dating App Template. Image from: 🤍
Step into history as Alexander the Great crosses paths with Diogenes of Sinope in a legendary encounter! Explore the meeting that took place in Corinth, where the ideals of Stoicism converged. Witness the clash of two extraordinary minds - the conqueror and the philosopher-dog. Immerse yourself in Stoic philosophy as this meeting transcends time, leaving behind lessons in humility, wisdom, and the pursuit of a meaningful life. Join us in unraveling the profound impact of this historic interaction in When Alexander the Great Met Diogenes... Pictures through Wikimedia commons: 1. 🤍 2. 🤍 #stoicism #stoic #philosophy #diogenes
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Who was the philosopher Diogenes? To the untrained eye, Diogenes of Sinope looked like another homeless man living in a tub in ancient Athens, but he was a lot more than that. He was one of the greatest philosophical minds ancient Greece had to offer. Diogenes was a living criticism of Athenian society. He embodied frugality and simplicity as virtues. But most importantly, he left countless petty and hilarious anecdotes that serve as an excellent comedic refresher when traversing the world of ancient Greek philosophy. He brushed off the terrifying Alexander the Great and had a bitter feud with Plato. I hope you enjoy this video about the Cynic, the dog, and the degenerate and are enjoying the series thus far, the story of western philosophy. Thank you guys for watching. #diogenes #philosophy #philosophers 0:00 - Intro 1:35 - Who Was Diogenes 1:52 - Diogenes VS Plato 2:49 - Diogenes The Dog 3:08 - Philosophy 5:06 - Alexander The Great 8:06 - Controversy 10:10 - His Death Instagram- ThusSpokeHaven TikTok- ThusSpokeHaven Contact- thusspokehaven🤍gmail.com
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Diogenes the Cynic was an ancient Greek philosopher who is best known for his practice of living in a sitting posture and his rejection of the traditional values of society. In this video, we explore his teachings on simplicity, questioning the status quo, embracing individuality, and living in harmony with nature. By embracing simplicity, questioning the status quo, and living in harmony with nature, Diogenes the Cynic teaches us that we can find happiness and contentment in a life full of uncertainty. His teachings are unconventional, but they offer a path to true happiness and fulfillment.
The living philosophy of Thoreau can be fruitfully understood through the lens of his ancient counterpart in philosophy Diogenes the Cynic. Henry David Thoreau is known for his two famous works Walden and On Civil Disobedience. The one is a prototype of nature writing while the other is a powder keg political essay. Though the subject matter of these books seem to be chasms apart they are both expressions of the living philosophy of Thoreau. Like the ancient Cynic Diogenes, Henry David Thoreau’s living philosophy can be understood by its two fundamental strains. The first is uncompromising integrity. Thoreau put little stock in the opinions of his neighbour. Even his friend and mentor the philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson said that “H is military H seemed stubborn + implacable; always manly + wise, but rarely sweet.” Thoreau was marching to a different drummer. The north on his inner compass was his values and he strove to live up to and embody these values no matter the social or economic costs. This explains his ardent stands on abolition (he was an outspoken supporter of the radical abolitionist John Brown and a conductor on the underground railroad smuggling escaped slaves into Canada where slavery was illegal). He also spent a night in prison for refusing to pay a poll tax because he refused to support the spread of slavery with the Mexican-American War. This was the event that inspired his essay On Civil Disobedience that was a major inspiration for Gandhi (who named his movement after it and got all his friends in the Indian Independence movement to support) and Martin Luther King. The other Diogenean strain in Thoreau tells us to simplify our lives. We only have to satisfy our basic pleasures. By doing so we liberate ourselves from the shackles of the body which, after all, are only the roots of our being. Do not spend your whole life tending your roots when the true flourishing of humanity lies in its great towering shoots and the fruits that they bear. Do not live a life of quiet desperation when the good life is within your reach. Thoreau set out to “live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to live so sturdily and Spartan-like as to put to rout all that was not life” Like his ancient counterpart, he was dedicated to living his philosophy. Philosophy was not for him an idle pursuit of intellectual leisure but something lived and acted upon: “There are nowadays professors of philosophy, but not philosophers. Yet it is admirable to profess because it was once admirable to live. To be a philosopher is not merely to have subtle thoughts, nor even to found a school, but so to love wisdom as to live according to its dictates, a life of simplicity, independence, magnanimity, and trust. It is to solve some of the problems of life, not only theoretically, but practically.” Music Used: 1. Magnetic - CO.AG Music 2. End of the Era – Kevin MacLeod 3. Mind Scrape – Kevin MacLeod 4. Anguish - Kevin MacLeod 5. Dark Times – Kevin MacLeod 6. Blue Feather - Kevin MacLeod Subscribe to CO.AG Music 🤍 Subscribe to Kevin MacLeod 🤍 #Thoreau #thelivingphilosophy #philosophy #diogenes
The Philosophy of Cynicism is probably the most fascinating in history. It was popularized by Diogenes, the cynic philosopher who took it to its logical extremes by living in a large ceramic jar in a market place, rejecting all the conventional desires that the society today are working so hard for, such as wealth, reputation, possessions, and fame. For them, the purpose of life is to live in agreement with nature, that the basic necessities in life are all we need to live and be happy. Cynicism and Diogenes don't have a written doctrine, but rather, they reveal it through actions. Creative commons: Diogenes - By Attributed to Giovan Battista Langetti - Christie's, LotFinder: entry 838566 (sale 7822, lot 112), Public Domain, 🤍 (Background Removed) Diogenes - By D. E. Pugons - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 Diogenes - Public Domain, 🤍 Diogenes - By Jean-Léon Gérôme - Walters Art Museum: Home page Info about artwork, Public Domain, 🤍 Marcus Aurelius - By Marie-Lan Nguyen (2011), CC BY 2.5, 🤍 (Background Removed) Lao Tzu - By Laozi_002.jpg: Thanatoderivative work: Fewskulchor (talk) - Laozi_002.jpg, CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 (Background Removed) Grenville Kleiser - By DJKinsella - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, 🤍 Viktor Frankl - By Prof. Dr. Franz Vesely, CC BY-SA 3.0 de, 🤍 (Background Removed) SUBSCRIBE!
► 5 Teachings from Diogenes that will change Your Perception of Life ( Dark Night of the Soul ]. The philosopher Diogenes of Sinope was fascinating. He was expelled from his own country of Sinope for tampering with the money and wound up in Athens, the birthplace of eminent philosophers like Plato and Aristotle. According to Diogenes, living a modest life of poverty has enormous virtue, which is best demonstrated in practice rather than theory. He became infamous for his philosophical antics and took significant measures to uphold his principles. He adopted the lifestyle of a social pariah, dwelling in a jar and disobeying convention because of his insatiable desire to live by a valid reason. Diogenes regarded philosophy as both a manner of life and an academic discipline. We'll talk about five things we can learn from Diogenes' lifestyle. #Diogenes #DarkNightOfTheSoul #PsychSimplified SOUNDTRACK ► PsychDIGITAL Studios VIDEO SUGGESTION ► EGO DEATH (Dark Night of the Soul): The Most Challenging Stage Explained ► 🤍 ► RELATED BOOK: ► FURTHER READING (Articles): For more tips and reports on Mental health, Human mind and Behaviors, visit our Blog ► 🤍 RELATED PLAYLIST = = = Dark Night of the Soul - 🤍 ► OUR MERCH: ► CONNECT WITH US: ► OUR REQUEST: Please help this channel to gain more vibrations by sharing this video to your family and friends. And please do share your thoughts in the comment below! ► FOR ENQUIRIES: Email = psychdigi🤍gmail.com ► NOTES: Some of the links shared above are Affiliate links, to help us with the running of the channel - but, at no extra cost to you.
Meet Diogenes, the ancient Greek philosopher who defied societal norms and lived a life of extreme simplicity. In this episode, we'll explore the life, teachings, and legacy of this fascinating figure, whose ideas continue to challenge and inspire us today. #diogenes #philosophy #greece #ancient #cynicism #rebellion #simplicity #ethics #virtue #individualism #social #Wisdom #SelfSufficiency #selfimprovement #selfawareness #freedom #truth #honesty #humor #satire #enlightenment #legacy #rebel
Philosophy is a mode of life, an act of living, and a way of being. Modern philosophy has forgotten this tradition, and philosophical discourse has all but overtaken philosophy as a way of life. Philosophy is not just an intellectual discipline, which can get abstract and divorced from the real world, but is most importantly a way of life that teaches us how to best live our lives. Philosophy is a mode of existing in the world, which has to be practiced at each instant, and the goal of which is to transform the whole of the individual’s life. Real wisdom does not merely cause us to know: it makes us “be” in a different way. Ancient philosophy proposed to mankind an art of living. By contrast modern philosophy appears above all as the construction of a technical jargon reserved for specialists. ⭐ Become a Patron (exclusive content): 🤍 📺 YouTube Member (exclusive content): 🤍 🛒 Official Merch: 🤍 ☕ Donate a Coffee: 🤍 📘 PayPal: 🤍 📨 Subscribe with email: 🤍 📚 My personal library: 🤍 🎨 Access transcript and artwork gallery: 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 📚 Recommended Reading ▶ Philosophy as a Way of Life - Hadot 🤍 ▶ What is Ancient Philosophy? - Hadot 🤍 ▶ The Republic - Plato 🤍 ▶ Outlines of Pyrrhonism - Sextus Empiricus 🤍 ▶ Meditations - Marcus Aurelius 🤍 ▶ Letters from a Stoic - Seneca 🤍 ▶ Enchiridion - Epictetus 🤍 ▶ A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy - William B. Irvine 🤍 ▶ The Art of Happiness - Epicurus 🤍 ▶ The Enneads - Plotinus 🤍 🎧 Prefer Audiobooks? Get a 30-day Audible Plus FREE trial: ▶ 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 📺 Odysee ➔ 🤍 📺 Rumble ➔ 🤍 🐦 Twitter ➔ 🤍 📷 Instagram ➔ 🤍 📘 Facebook ➔ 🤍 🎧 Podcast ➔ 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 🎶 Music used 1. Mesmerize – Kevin MacLeod 2. Dreams Become Real – Kevin MacLeod 3. Crystal Dream Mix Background Music – CO.AG 4. Colorless Aura – Kevin MacLeod 5. Evening Fall Harp – Kevin MacLeod 6. Desert City – Kevin MacLeod 7. Mysterious Ambient Background Music - The Rake – CO.AG 8. Virtutes Instrumenti – Kevin MacLeod 9. Cryptic Sorrow – Kevin MacLeod 10. Smoother Move – Kevin MacLeod 11. Chasing Daylight - Emotional Neoclassical – Scott Buckley Support the artists: CO.AG Music 🤍 Scott Buckley - 🤍 🤍 Kevin MacLeod - 🤍 🤍 Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 📝 Sources - Hadot, P. (1995). Philosophy as a way of life: Spiritual exercises from Socrates to Foucault. - Hadot, P. (2002). What is ancient philosophy? Harvard University Press. - Irvine, W. B. (2008). A guide to the good life: The ancient art of Stoic joy. Oxford University Press. - Davidson, A. I. (1990). Spiritual exercises and ancient philosophy: An introduction to Pierre Hadot. Critical inquiry, 16(3), 475-482. - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ ⌛ Timestamps (0:00) Introduction (2:18) Philosophy as a Way of Life (7:12) Socrates (8:53) Master of Dialogue: Know Thyself (13:30) Plato (15:58) Idealism: Platonic Forms (17:15) Parable of the Cave (19:33) Plato’s Cave in The Matrix (20:16) Plato’s Tripartite Theory of the Soul (22:36) Philosophy as an Exercise of Death (24:56) Aristotle (27:06) Hellenistic Schools (28:25) Cynicism (31:45) Pyrrhonism (34:46) Stoicism (39:45) Premeditatio Malorum (41:03) Memento Mori (42:24) Voluntary Discomfort (43:54) Epicureanism (50:12) Similarities Epicureanism & Stoicism (50:57) Neoplatonism (57:45) View from Above: Cosmic Consciousness ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support. #philosophy #wisdom #knowthyself
Diogenes, also known as Diogenes the Cynic, was born in ancient Greece and became a beacon of authenticity and virtue. He believed that true happiness lay not in material possessions, but in cultivating inner virtues like wisdom, courage, justice, and self-control. Discover how Diogenes' radical rejection of materialism and societal norms pushed boundaries, compelling us to question the value we place on external wealth and status. Diogenes' philosophy continues to inspire those who seek a deeper understanding of the human experience. Join us on this enlightening exploration of "Diogenes - Life Through The Eyes Of A Cynic," and embark on a journey to embrace authenticity, challenge societal norms, and discover the true essence of virtue. Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe for more thought-provoking content that encourages us to live life with the wisdom and courage of a true Cynic.
Diogenes syndrome is a mental disorder in which people become socially withdrawn, neglect themselves and live in extreme squalor, usually with a total lack of concern at how they are living. They accumulate mountains of rubbish either by compulsive hoarding or by just not throwing anything away. They neglect their personal hygiene and physical health, not washing for months or years and they won’t go anywhere near a doctor. The accumulation of waste can lead to infestation by rats and other vermin, and this may finally force them into contact with public health services. The term Diogenes Syndrome was proposed in 1975 after the ancient Greek philosopher Diogenes of Sinope, but this is something of misnomer. It was originally described in older people - some cases have a long history of a subclinical personality disorder, others, the early signs of dementia. It can also in younger people with schizophrenia, depression and obsessive compulsive disorder. References Ashworth, F., Rose, A., and Wilson, B. A. (2018). TD: The case of Diogenes Syndrome—deficit or denial? Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 28(2), 244-258. Biswas, P., Ganguly, A., Bala, S., Nag, F., Choudhary, N., and Sen, S. (2013). Diogenes syndrome: a case report. Case Reports in Dermatological Medicine, 2013. Clark, A. N. G., Mankikar, G. D., and Gray, I. (1975). Diogenes syndrome: a clinical study of gross neglect in old age. The Lancet, 305(7903), 366-368. Cybulska, E. (1998). Senile squalor: Plyushkin's not Diogenes' syndrome. Psychiatric Bulletin, 22(5), 319-320. Macmillan, D., and Shaw, P. (1966). Senile breakdown in standards of personal and environmental cleanliness. British Medical Journal, 2(5521), 1032. Proctor, C., and Rahman, S. (2021). Diogenes syndrome: identification and distinction from hoarding disorder. Case Reports in Psychiatry, 2021. Proctor, C., and Rahman, S. The Etiopathogenesis of Diogenes Syndrome. International Journal of Psychiatry 7(1):10-13. Video and Pictures Video clips from Crime Scene Cleaning (CC0) Pictures from Wikimedia Commons and Wellcome Foundation Copyright Disclaimer The primary purpose of this video is educational. I have tried to use material in the public domain or with Creative Commons Non-attribution licences wherever possible. Where attribution is required, I have listed this below. I believe that any copyright material used falls under the remit of Fair Use, but if any content owners would like to dispute this, I will not hesitate to immediately remove that content. It is not my intention to infringe on content ownership in any way. If you happen to find your art or images in the video, please let me know and I will be glad to credit you. Video produced by Graeme Yorston and Tom Yorston.
These Diogenes of Sinope quotes will get you thinking from a different perspective. Diogenes was an ancient philosopher and is credited with being one of the founders of the cynic philosophy. He believed a person could experience true happiness by abandoning the traditional means of happiness that people pursue such as love, money, and worldly possessions. Comment what you think about these Diogenes of Sinope quotes. Also, after reading his words, be sure to also check out our collection of Greek Philosopher quotes that are full of ancient knowledge. #simplymotivation #Diogenes #quotes #DiogenesQuotes #DiogenesofSinope
Explore the life and philosophy of Diogenes of Sinope, the legendary 'Cynic' philosopher who defied societal norms and lived in a barrel. Uncover his eccentric journey as he wandered Athens with a lantern, searching for 'honesty' in a world he saw as dishonest. Discover how he believed in the power of virtue in action, not theory, and how his sharp wit challenged societal conventions and pretentiousness. Dive into the world of simplicity, freedom, and self-sufficiency that Diogenes cherished, along with his profound connection to nature. Unearth the timeless wisdom of this fearless philosopher whose story continues to inspire those who dare to question the status quo and live life on their terms. Join us in this captivating journey into the life of one of history's most unconventional thinkers.
Diogenes of Sinope was a Greek philosopher who lived from 412 to 323 BC. He was the founder of the Cynic school of philosophy, which emphasized living a simple life in accordance with nature. . He is said to have been exiled from Sinope for defacing its currency.. . His provocative quotes and sayings lead him to become the father of Cynics, which is a sister school to Stoicism.. . . . #quotesoftheday #quote #ancienthistory #greek
An engaging look at the founder of one of the most important philosophical schools of ancient Greece. The ancient philosopher Diogenesnicknamed "The Dog" and decried by Plato as a "Socrates gone mad"was widely praised and idealized as much as he was mocked and vilified. A favorite subject of sculptors and painters since the Renaissance, his notoriety is equally due to his infamously eccentric behavior, scorn of conventions, and biting aphorisms, and to the role he played in the creation of the Cynic school, which flourished from the 4th century B.C. to the Christian era. In this book, Jean-Manuel Roubineau paints a new portrait of an atypical philosopher whose life left an indelible mark on the Western collective imagination and whose philosophy courses through various schools of thought well beyond antiquity. Roubineau sifts through the many legends and apocryphal stories that surround the life of Diogenes. Was he, the son of a banker, a counterfeiter in his hometown of Sinope? Did he really meet Alexander the Great? Was he truly an apologist for incest, patricide, and anthropophagy? And how did he actually die? To answer these questions, Roubineau retraces the known facts of Diogenes' existence. Beyond the rehashed clich's, this book inspires us to rediscover Diogenes' philosophical legacywhether it be the challenge to the established order, the detachment from materialism, the choice of a return to nature, or the formulation of a cosmopolitan ideal strongly rooted in the belief that virtue is better revealed in action than in theory. Buy the book from Wellington Square Bookshop - 🤍 Find more of the Avid Reader Show here: Instagram: 🤍 Listen on - Podomatic: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍
Did you know about this famous encounter between Alexander the Great and Diogenes? Learn the memorable encounter between Alexander the Great and Diogenes, the Cynic philosopher. In Corinth, Alexander offered to grant any wish to the philosopher, who responded by asking him to step aside and let the sunlight fall upon him, emphasizing his devotion to simplicity and virtue. Enjoy the fascinating reimagining made possible by the latest AI image generating technology that transports you back to the heart of this ancient conflict! Background music: Legionnaire' by Scott Buckley - released under CC-BY 4.0. 🤍scottbuckley.com.au
Diogenes was a Greek philosopher who lived in the 4th century BCE. He was a student of Socrates and is known for his unique approach to philosophy, which emphasized living a simple and virtuous life. Diogenes is often associated with his iconic lifestyle as a "cynic," which involved rejecting material possessions and social conventions. He is known for having lived in a large ceramic jar and for walking around with a lamp during the day, searching for an honest man. Diogenes also had a reputation for engaging in eccentric behavior, such as eating alone in public and sleeping with a dog. He believed that by living in accordance with nature, one could achieve true happiness and freedom. Overall, Diogenes is remembered as a bold and unconventional thinker who challenged the values and beliefs of his time.
Diogenes of Sinope was a Greek philosopher who lived in the fourth century BCE and was a follower of the Cynic school of philosophy. He rejected many of the social conventions of his time and believed in living a simple and virtuous life in accordance with nature. He is known for his unconventional lifestyle, his commitment to self-sufficiency, and his sharp wit. His philosophy had a profound influence on later philosophers and continues to be studied and debated today.
The famous Cynic philosopher Diogenes and what we know about him from “Lives of the Eminent Philosophers” by Diogenes Laertius… Well, we can’t be sure how many of the anecdotes from this book are actually based on reality. Diogenes - in a way - became a myth himself. Diogenes can be considered if not the inventor, but at least the original advocate of the “tiny house” movement. But he lived in... Well, it wasn't exactly a barrel. #Diogenes #AncientGreece #MythDebunking
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