The Relationship of Pleasure To Absence of Pain And Disturbance

The Relationship of Pleasure To Absence of Pain And Disturbance

    1. A model of painlessness / aponia consistent with Lucretius' "vessel" analogy and references to the fullness of pleasure

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    1. Discussion of Article "Challenging Ataraxia" by Haris Dimitriadis 6

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    1. The Problem of Leaving "Ataraxia" Untranslated 1

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    1. An Exchange with Haris Dimitriadis on Pleasure vs Ataraxia 3

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    1. Reducing "Tranquilism" to its Absurd Conclusion 6

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    1. Tranquility v Pleasure 24

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    1. More Thoughts On Removal of Pain And The Letter to Menoeceus

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    1. Ataraxia: Tranquility at the End 3

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    1. An Exchange On The Use of Logic To Argue The "Absence of Pain" Issue

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    1. Every Instance of "Ataraxia," "Eudaemonia," and "Tranquilatas" in a Core Epicurean Text

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    1. "They Mistake For Pleasure The Mere Absence of Pain" - Thomas Jefferson

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    1. Karl Popper and the question: Is it worse to suffer pain than it is good to experience pleasure?

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    1. A Graphical Representation of Two Versions of "Absence of Pain" 1

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    1. Another Formulation of The "Absence of Pain" Issue, This One in Response to Elevic 1

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    1. Comments on "What Epicurus Can Teach Us About Freedom and Happiness"

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    1. Another Exchange on Ataraxia

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    1. "Absence of Pain" Discussion in Cicero's Criticism of Epciurus in On Ends

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    1. Gorgias - The Leaky Cask Hypothetical

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    1. Is "happiness" "prior" to being "tranquil"?

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    1. Comments on Painlessness

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