Xenophon notices briefly two other colloquies between Sokrates and Aristippus.
From Antisthenes came the Cynics; from Aristippus the philosophers of pleasure.
The theory here laid down by the Platonic Sokrates is the same as that of Aristippus.
When Aristippus was asked by someone, "Are you everywhere then?"
And when Aristippus, returning to the charge, asked him "if he knew of any thing beautiful."
"Cincinnatus is a better model than Aristippus: confess it," said I, smiling.
Lamettrie has been called “the Aristippus of modern materialism.”
To what did the dialogues composed by the first Aristippus refer?
To him to,” said Aristippus, “for without that art all the rest would avail him nothing.
Arete, daughter of Aristippus, continued the latter's teachings after his death.