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         - that pleasure (all kinds, mental and physical) is the guide to life;         - that pleasure (all kinds, mental and physical) is the guide to life;
         - that happiness (meaning a life in which pleasures predominate over pains) is the goal of life.         - that happiness (meaning a life in which pleasures predominate over pains) is the goal of life.
-        - that Epicurean physics and canonics are essential to a proper understanding of Epicurean philosophy.+        - that Epicurean physics ​(especially as to eternal and infinite universe and life on other worlds) ​and canonics ​(especially as to use of the sensations, anticipations,​ and feelings, the subordinate role of reason, and the possibility of confidence in knowledge) ​are substantially correct and essential to a proper understanding of Epicurean philosophy.
       - Programming will not significantly promotional of material or philosophies or "​techniques"​ that are not consistent with ancient Epicurean tradition and practice.       - Programming will not significantly promotional of material or philosophies or "​techniques"​ that are not consistent with ancient Epicurean tradition and practice.
       - Programming will focus on Epicurean Philosophy as developed in its original Greco-Roman form, with emphasis on linking the philosophy to the particular Greco-Roman cultural context rather than as a disembodied abstraction. Emphasis will be given to how Epicurean philosophy might apply to the current situation in the Greco-Roman world, especially in terms of Islamic migration and population replacement by peoples unfriendly to and incompatible with Epicurean philosophy.       - Programming will focus on Epicurean Philosophy as developed in its original Greco-Roman form, with emphasis on linking the philosophy to the particular Greco-Roman cultural context rather than as a disembodied abstraction. Emphasis will be given to how Epicurean philosophy might apply to the current situation in the Greco-Roman world, especially in terms of Islamic migration and population replacement by peoples unfriendly to and incompatible with Epicurean philosophy.
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