Euhemerus was a firm upholder of the Cyrenaic philosophy, and by many ancient writers he was regarded as an atheist.
Aristippus, founder of the Cyrenaic school, a friend and younger contemporary of Socrates.
Plato had studied mathematics there under Theodorus, and it had a school of its own which gave its name to the Cyrenaic sect.
With the Megaric school is usually classified the Cyrenaic founded by Aristippus.
It is of the utmost importance that this development of Cyrenaic hedonism should be fully realized.
The third called is the Cyrenaic, who appears clad in purple and crowned with a wreath.
His work represents one great aspect of Socratic philosophy, and should be compared with the Cyrenaic and Megarian doctrines.
Plato narrowly escaped the fate of slavery, but was ransomed by Anniceris, the Cyrenaic.
With the Cyrenaic school, pleasure was the great end and object of life.