), a disciple of HERACLEITUS, wrote a commentary on the work of his master. (D. L. 9.15
It is not improbable that this Antisthenes may be the same as the one who wrote a work on the succession of the Greek philosophers (αἱ τῶν φιλοσόφων διαδοχαί
), which is so often referred to by Diogenes Laertius (1.40, 2.39, 98, 6.77, 87, 7.168, &c.), unless it appear preferable to assign it to the peripatetic philosopher mentioned by Phlegon. (de Mirabil.