|Antisthenes (c. 445 – 365 BCE)|
A Greek philosopher and pupil of Socrates who developed the ethical side of Socrates' teachings (as opposed to Plato's focus on the theoretical side).
He promoted the virtuous ascetic life, and is considered to be the founder of the cynic philosophy.
1. Antisthenes: "Pay attention to your enemies because they are the first to discover your mistakes."
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