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Apropos of this, Aristippus on one occasion rebuked an empty-headed parent neatly and wittily.
When Aristippus was asked by someone, "Are you everywhere then?"
Having no writings of Aristippus left, we know this doctrine only as it is presented by others, and those too opponents.
The influence of Protagoras and the Sophists also played its part in moulding the thought of Aristippus.A Critical History of Greek Philosophy|W. T. Stace
Aristippus taught that adultery and theft were commendable in a wise man, and Cicero plead for the last dreadful tragedy—suicide.