Diogenes of Sinope Quote

He was seized and dragged off to King Philip, and being asked who he was, replied, "A spy upon your insatiable greed."


Diogenes Laërtius, vi. 43. Cf. Plutarch, Moralia, 70CD. - Quoted by Diogenes Laërtius

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He was seized and dragged off to King Philip, and being asked who he was, replied, A spy upon your insatiable greed.

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He was seized and dragged off to King Philip, and being asked who he was, replied, A spy upon your insatiable greed.

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He was seized and dragged off to King Philip, and being asked who he was, replied, A spy upon your insatiable greed.

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He was seized and dragged off to King Philip, and being asked who he was, replied, A spy upon your insatiable greed.