The air of Diogenes was a soul; therefore it was living, and not only living, but conscious and intelligent.
The function of Diogenes is not performed either by the pulpit or the press.
"You'll spoil me," she warned, jumping to her place on the "throne," and shooting out an ankle that would have unhinged Diogenes.
Diogenes, when asked which wine he preferred, replied, 'That of other people.'
Diogenes, when asked from what country he came, replied, "I am a citizen of the world."
The province in philosophy to which Diogenes attached himself, was that of morals.
Is it a sign of manhood to grow into a Diogenes sort of fellow, who sneers at every woman he sees?
Diogenes is said to have thought that the best wine which cost him nothing.
So Diogenes was wont to do, for he went about radiant with health, and with his very body he turned many to good.
To which end it was, that Diogenes took also the same liberty.