A general introduction to the Hellenistic philosophy of Cynicism. In the BRISTOL CLASSICAL PAPERBACK series.
About the Author
Donald R. Dudley was Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Henry Fellow at Yale University.
Table of Contents
Foreword Preface Introduction Chapter I Antistenes. No direct connection with Cynics. His ethics.
II Diogenes and his associates
(a) Diogenes In Literary Translation Life Thought
(d) Crates Life Writings Crates and Hipparchia III Cynicism in the Third Century B.C.
(e) Cynic Educational Theory, etc.
IV Cynicism and the Philosophical Schools in the Third Century
(a) The Megarians
(f) Timon V Cynic Influence on Hellenistic Literature VI Cynicism in the Second and First Centuries B.C.
VII Demetrius. The 'Philosophic Opposition' in the First Century A.D.
VIII Cynicism in the Second Century A.D.
(a) General Character
(b) Dio Chrysostom
(f) Minor Figures IX Cynicism and the Philosophic Schools in the First and Second Centuries A.D.
(b) Cynics and Stocis of the Roman Empire
(d) Maximus X Cynicism from the Third to the Sixth Centuries A.D.
(a) Julian and the Cynics
(d) Sallustius Epilogue Appendices Index