Episode 216 of the Lucretius Today Podcast is now available. Today we address an important but frequently questioned doctrine of Epicurus - Why did he seem to say that length of time does not contribute to pleasure?
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The full file is too large to share in this repository, but this is a preview of the beginning that contains some formatting, my 3,000-word foreword and the beginning of the Doxai. The rest of the book are translations that are freely available, in addition to Epicurean artwork, and hundreds of annotations that represent the bulk of interesting anecdotes and fun notes I've taken over the years. Amazon currently prints the full text:
Foundations of Epicurean Philosophy
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