Definition of Antisthenes in English:

Antisthenes

proper noun

  • (c.445–c.360 bc), Greek philosopher and teacher, regarded as the founder of the school of Cynics. A pupil and friend of Socrates, he believed that happiness is based on virtuous action rather than ease and pleasure, and that virtue, once acquired, cannot be lost.

Pronunciation:

Antisthenes

/anˈtɪsθəniːz/