The word cynic is a Greek word that means “doglike.” It was adopted by a group of ancient Greek philosophers who had subscribed to a certain way of life. Men like Antisthenes, who was a student of Socrates, followed by Diogenes, and others. They believed that you had to pursue virtue at the cost of everything else.
They shunned all conventional desires for wealth, power, sex and fame. Here’s Diogenes begging for food with some dogs, rejecting virtually all possessions.
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