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  • Here is an excellent post by Elli with which I completely agree. I post it here to call attention to the part that I have underlined: (Quote)In the underlined section, note the switch from referring to pleasure to referrring to eudaemonia.Compare that to this part of Diogenes of Oinoanda: (Quote) Yes I know that eudaimonia / happiness were terms used by Epicurus himself in addition to "pleasure" but the point I would make is that without clearly tying happiness to pleasure, the implication cree…