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A Sketch of the Major Greek Philosophers
Bailey 1936 Edition - Book 1
On The Nature of Things - Book 2
On The Nature of Things - Book 3
On The Nature of Things - Book 4
On The Nature of Things - Book 5
On The Nature of Things - Book 6
Non-Epicurean Reference Material
The Biography of Epicurus by Diogenes Laertius
Browne 1743 Edition - Book 1
Browne 1743 Edition - Book Two
Browne 1743 Edition - Book 4
Browne 1743 Edition - Book 5
Browne 1743 Edition - Book 6
Chat With Other Epicureans
Main Contributors To EpicureanFriends
Epicurean Vs. Stoic
Norman DeWitt's Epicurus And His Philosophy - Chapter 1 (A Synoptic View of Epicureanism)
Epicurus Radio - Prospectus
Questions About the Nature of the Universe (Physics)
Frequently Asked Questions
Full Cup / Fullness of Pleasure Model
How To Live (Ethics)
How to Think About Knowledge (Canonics)
Partial Index To Posts At The Epicurean Philosophy Facebook
The Inscription of Diogenes of Oinoanda
Join Us For Discussions
Epicurus' Letter to Herodotus
Epicurus' Letter to Menoeceus
Epicurus' Letter to Pythocles
Letters of Epicurus
Major Characteristics of the Epicurean View of Life
Epicurean Meetings and Conventions
Munro 1886 Edition - Book 1
Collection of Nietzsche Quotes Relevant to Epicurean Philosophy
This text is a paraphrase of the De Lacey Translation : Will be Updated!
Lucretius - On The Nature of Things
Paraphrased Modern Presentation of Book 1 - Browne 1743 Edition
Authorized Doctrine 1
Authorized Doctrine 2
Authorized Doctrine 3
Authorized Doctrine 4
Authorized Doctrine 5
Authorized Doctrine 6
Authorized Doctrine 7
Authorized Doctrine 8
Authorized Doctrine 9
PD3: The limit of quantity in pleasures is the removal of all that is painful. Wherever pleasure is present, as long as it is there, there is neither pain of body nor of mind, nor of both at once.
Authorized Doctrine 10
Philebus - Analysis By Benjamin Jowett
The Principal Doctrines Of Epicurus
The Sayings Of Epicurus About The Wise Man
Features of this Wiki
Summaries of Epicurus' Doctrines and Sayings
Foundations of Epicurean Philosophy
Torquatus on the Highest Good - from "On Ends" by Cicero
Epicurus' Twelve Principles of Nature
The Vatican List Of The Sayings Of Epicurus
Velleius on Divinity - from "On The Nature Of The Gods" - by Cicero
Vatican Saying 21
Vatican Saying 47
Was Epicurus an atheist?
What Did Epicurus say about the nature of consciousness?
What Did Epicurus Say About Questions For Which We Have Insufficient Evidence To Reach A Certain Conclusion?
What Did Epicurus Say About the Origin of the Universe?
What Did Epicurus Say Was The "Goal" of Human Life?
What Did Epicurus Say Was The "Greatest Good" of Human Life?
Why Study Epicurus?
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