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How would Epicurus view "differences from the start of life that are out of our control?"Thanks Cassius. also, i found the Long article here http://newepicurean.com/wp-con…uralLawInEpicureanism.pdf But there is something in the question that is more precisely focused on the social context that can't be explained by genetics (like being born with some physical attribute). Also, maybe this wouldn't have been a question for Epicurus without the social mobility that many people experience today. Maybe the question is more precisely about justice so I'll explore the Forum on that here
How would Epicurus view "differences from the start of life that are out of our control?"I think your response to Don here is very applicable here (Quote) Maybe the simple answer is that the differences at birth just ARE. Those differences don't prevent one person from experiencing pleasure and the other not as they both grow, feel, and make choices.