Links

For other information about the world of Epicurus, please check the following pages:




NewEpicurean.com: A research blog dedicated to introducing new students to Epicurean Philosophy.
Society of Epicurus: Home page of the International Society of Epicurus.
Epicurean Philosophy Facebook Discussion: The most active Facebook Discussion Group for Epicurean Philosophy. As of early 2017 most discussion takes place here, but if you wish to contribute a long post that you want to find and access in the future, feel free to cross-post it here. Also as of early 2017, a listing of some of the major posts can be found here at the EpicureanFriends.com Wiki
EpicureanDocs.com: A site dedicated to organized presentation and easy access to core Epicurean Documents.
 EpicureanDatabase.wordpress.com: A site dedicated to organizing key Epicurean documents and articles.
EpicurusPhilosophy.com: Haris Dimitriadis' recent book: "Epicurus and the Pleasant Life - Living By The Philosophy of Nature."
Menoeceus.blogspot.com: The Menoeceus Blog based in Finland.
Epicuros.net: The Friends of Epicurean Philosophy, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Epicuros.gr: The Friends of Epicurean Philosophy, Athens, Greece.
Epicurism.info: (formerly Epicurus.info) One of the most complete sources of information on Epicurus on the internet.
Epicurus.net: One of the oldest and best sources for key Epicurean texts.
Diogenes of Oinoanda: The best site for the English translation and information about the Inscription of Diogenes of Oinoanda.
 Epicureanfriends.com Wiki: The wiki set up as part of the EpicureanFriends.com project.
 Outline of Epicurean Philosophy: A single page collapsible outline of key aspects of Epicurean philosophy.
Epicurean Philosophy v Stoicism: A chart with citations listing the core areas of dispute between Stoic and Epicurean philosophers.
ElementalEpicureanism.com: A site dedicated to organized presentation and easy access to core Epicurean Documents.
 The "Full Cup / Fullness of Pleasure" Model: An Illustration of "A Life of Tranquility Crammed Full of Pleasures," Cicero's description of his understanding of the Epicurean goal of life.



Other significant links:


* Purpose of this Forum 
* Frequently Asked Questions About Epicurus

* Community Standards of This Forum

* Distinguishing Epicurus From Other Philosophers - A Comparison With Stoicism

* Setting the Stage For Discussion of Pleasure