The Epicurean Guidebook (Outline) - A project by Gardner and I

  • A while ago A_Gardner and I had the idea of writing out a short and thorough guidebook for Epicureans and non-Epicureans to learn from, and after much slugging I finally made some progress and before the heavy writing actually begins, I'd like to get a second opinion on the outline to see if whats covered provides a good summation while being prepared in an efficient order that makes sense for the reader (ie physics before ethics, since ethics is based off of physics).

    https://docs.google.com/docume…druUbsUI/edit?usp=sharing

    Upon completion it will be free to download and share as multiple formats of file types.

    Edit: This is just an outline of what's to come, and we're hoping to write about 100-175 pages to keep it short (maybe even lower), we're completely open to criticism so feel free to voice and objection or concern or your own suggestion.

    “If the joys found in nature are crimes, then man’s pleasure and happiness is to be criminal.”