By Diogenes Laertius
Lives and evaluations of Eminent Philosophers is a biography of the Greek philosophers by means of Diogenes Laërtius, written in Greek, maybe within the first 1/2 the 3rd century AD.
It used to be written in Greek and professes to offer an account of the lives and sayings of the Greek philosophers. The paintings does not have an actual name within the manuscripts and looks in a variety of long forms.
Although it's at most sensible an uncritical and unphilosophical compilation, its price, as giving us an perception into the personal lives of the Greek sages, led Montaigne to write down that he needed that rather than one Laërtius there were a dozen. nonetheless, smooth students have prompt that we deal with Diogenes' testimonia with care, specifically whilst he fails to quote his resources: "Diogenes has obtained an significance out of all share to his advantages as the lack of many fundamental assets and of the sooner secondary compilations has by chance left him the executive non-stop resource for the background of Greek philosophy."
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