Diogenes Laertius, Book V - Monimus
One Monimus there was, a wise man, Philo, br> But not so very famous. br> a. He, you mean, br> Who carried the scrip? br> b. Nay, not one scrip, but three. br> Yet never a word, so help me Zeus, spake he br> To match the saying, Know thyself, nor such br> Famed watchwords. Far beyond all these he went, br> Your dusty mendicant, pronouncing wholly vain br> All man's supposings.
Monimus indeed showed himself a very grave moralist, so that he ever despised mere opinion and sought only truth