Justice In Epicurean Philosophy

    1. Consequence & Justice in Restraint & Reformation in Torquatus (Cicero's On Ends) 1

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    1. "Liberty" - As discussed by Socrates and Aristippus vs. Epicurus 1

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    1. Tom Stoppard on Human Rights 3

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    1. Is Every Breach of Every Agreement "Unjust"? 28

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    1. How Do The Concepts of "Agreement" and "Harm" Work In Epicurean Justice? 1

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    1. Epicurean Passages Relevant to Justice / Relations Among Communities 2

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    1. Justice As A Behavior That Brings Pleasure

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    1. Epicurean Perspectives on Cultural Conflict 21

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    1. Epicurus As Teacher And Jefferson As Student On "Justice"

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    1. Justice Is Not Absolute. Definitions Matter.

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    1. Politics And Epicurean Natural Justice - A Post Devoted To Our Epicurean Facebook Friends

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    1. Jefferson, Epicurus, and "The Constitution Is Not A Suicide Pact" 1

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    1. The Evolution of Law in Epicurus and Nietzsche 1

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    1. Would Epicurus Agree With Cicero In Regard To Honesty in Business Practices? ("It is never expedient to do wrong, because wrong is always immoral; and it is always expedient to be good, because goodness is always moral") 2

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    1. Would Epicurus Approve of Money-Lending As An Occupation?

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    1. Inflicting Pain 9

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    1. The limits of "the Rule of Law" - Cicero and The Cataline Conspiracy

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    1. Why Is Injustice Not Bad In Itself?

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