E. Cobham Brewer 18101897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
The Seven Sages or Wise Men of Greece. Thals, Solon, Chilon, Pittacos, Bias, Cleobulos, Periander; to which add Sosiads, Anacharsis the Scythian, Myson the Spartan, Epimenids the Cretan, and Pherecyds of Syros.
Philosophers of the Academic sect. Plato, Speusippos, Xenocrats, Polemon, Crats, Crantor, Arcesilaos, Careads, Clitomachos, Philo, and Antiochos.
Philosophers of the Cynic sect. Antisthens, Diogens of Sinop, Monimos, Onesicritos, Crats, Metrocls, Hipparchia, Menippos, and Menedemos of Lampsacos.
Philosophers of the Cyrenaic sect. Aristippos, Hegesias, Anniceris. Theodoros, and Bion.
Philosophers of the Eleac or Eretriac sect. Phædo, Plisthens, and Menedemos of Eretria.
Philosophers of the Eleatic sect. Xenophanes, Parmenids, Melissos, Zeno of Tarsos, Leucippos, Democritos, Protagoras, and Anaxarchos.
Philosophers of the Epicurean sect. Epicuros, and a host of disciples.
Philosophers of the Heraclitan sect. Heraclitos; the names of his disciples are unknown.
Philosophers of the Ionic sect. Anaximander, Anaximens, Anaxagoras, and Archelaos.
Philosophers of the Italic sect. Pythagoras, Empedocls, Epicharmos, Archytas, Alcmæon, Hippasos, Philolaos, and Eudoxos.
Philosophers of the Megaric sect. Euclid, Eubulids, Alexinos, Euphantos, Apollonios, Chronos, Diodoros, Ichthyas, Clinomachos, and Stilpo.
Philosophers of the Peripatctic sect. Aristotle, Theophrastos, Straton, Lyco, Aristo, Critolaos, and Diodoros.
Philosophers of the Sceptic sect. Pyrrho and Timon.
Philosophers of the Socratic sect. Socrats, Xenophon, Æschins, Crito, Simon, Glauco, Simmias, and Cebs.
Philosophers of the Stoic sect. Zeno, Cleanths, Chrysippos, Zeno the Less, Diogenes of Babylon, Antipater, Panætios, and Posidonios.