Diogenes (disambiguation)

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Diogenes (/dˈɒəˌnz/; Greek: Διογένης, Diogénēs, "born of Zeus") is a Greek name shared by several important historical figures, the best-known of whom is the philosopher Diogenes of Sinope (412–323 BC).

Diogenes may also refer to:


Biology and medicine[edit]

Modern literature[edit]

  • Diogenes (British magazine), a British satirical magazine published from 1853–1855
  • Diogenes (journal) journal from the International Council of Philosophy and Humanistic Studies
  • Diogenes Verlag, a Swiss publishing house
  • Diogenes Club, named after Diogenes of Sinope, co-founded by Sherlock Holmes' brother Mycroft
  • Diogenes, an interstellar scout ship in Poul Anderson's The Entity
  • Diogenes Small, a character created by Colin Dexter in the Inspector Morse series of books
  • Diogenes Pendergast, a character from Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child's Pendergast series of books
  • Diogenes Teufelsdröckh, the fictional philosopher of Clothes Philosophy described in Thomas Carlyle's Sartor Resartus

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