415: What would connect the philosopher to these two fictional characters?
414: Agora (place of assembly / marketplace) from which we get Agoraphobia.
General lack of hygiene and cleanliness – behavioural disorder known as Diogenes’/Havisham’s/Plyushkin’s syndrome.
Diogenes – lived in a tub
Miss Havisham – Lived in a rundown place and hoarded rubbish
Plyushkin – Collected anything and everything
Diogenes Syndrome would connect all of them
gotta see my doctor..
these are medical conditions where people don’t take care of themselves live in squalor etc.
-Diogenes Syndrome (After diogenes the philosopher who lived in a barrel)
-Miss Havisham Syndrome (After a character from ‘Great Expectations’)
-Plyushkin syndrome (after a character in Gogol’s Dead souls)
All these denote a condition/behavioral disorder which is accompanied by gross self-neglect, untidiness and lack of self-consciousness
Senile squalor syndrome – Also known as Diogenes’ syndrome (after the philosopher Diogene), Havisham’s syndrome (after Miss Havisham in Great Expectations) and Plyushkin’s syndrome (after Plyushkin in Dead Souls).
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