The Relationship of Pleasure To "Good" And Pain To "Evil"

    1. Torquatus' Statement of the Epicurean View Of The Ultimate Good In "On Ends" 26

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    1. The Full Cup / Fullness of Pleasure Model 2

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    1. Victor Frankl 3

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    1. Psychopaths and Pleasure 3

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    1. Pleasure slogans 5

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    1. Pleasure: ruminations from sequestration 7

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    1. A Video on Epicurus and Pleasure Being Better Than God Or Virtue. 1

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    1. Nature and Pleasure and Pain 9

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    1. Consequentialism & Moral Relativism within the context of Pleasure-filled Philosophy 27

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    1. Thomas Jefferson's "Head And Heart" Letter

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    1. Continuous Pleasure / Sustained Pleasure 6

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    1. Post At Modern Epicurean Blog - "Epicurean Ethics Considered And Defended" 7

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    1. Obeying the law is pleasurable 1

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    1. How Much Pleasure Is Needed For A Happy Life? 1

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    1. Pleasure vs Happiness (?) Discussion of Hiram's "In Defense of Eudaimonia" 36

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    1. Another Aspect of PD3's "The Limit of Quantity In Pleasures..." - Pleasure Is A Matter For Individual / Flexible Measurement

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    1. Getting Oriented - Where To Start For NewComers

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    1. A List of Objections To Epicurus From A Modern Christian - Hyde's "From Epicurus To Christ"

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    1. Nature Didn't Give Us A Faculty of "Something Else"

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    1. An Exchange On The Subject of Ataraxia As "The Ultimate Pleasure"

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    1. Commentary on "The Ultimate Tranquilizer"

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    1. Considering the Importance of Mental Pleasures 3

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    1. Another Summary, This Time Prompted by Eoghan

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    1. More on "Simple Pleasures" 3

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    1. In Life, There is No Antidote to Pain But Pleasure

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    1. Cicero’s Presentation of Epicurean Ethics – Fake News?

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    1. For Those Who Dispute That Pleasurable Living Is the Goal of Life, What Would You Say Is The Goal Instead?

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    1. Socrates / Plato - The Pursuit of Pleasure as "cookery" or "flattery"

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    1. Simonides - Without pleasure, not even the life of the gods is enviable.

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    1. Theophrastus - Perception is generally pleasurable....

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