• Epicureanism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epicureanism Epicureanism is a system of philosophy based upon the teachings of the ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus, founded around 307 BC. Epicurus was an atomic materialist ...
  • Epicureanism | Define Epicureanism at Dictionary.com

    dictionary.reference.com/browse/epicureanism noun 1. the philosophical system or doctrine of Epicurus, holding that the external world is a series of fortuitous combinations of atoms and that the highest good is ...
  • Epicureanism - Lander University

    philosophy.lander.edu/ethics/epicurus.html Philosophy 302: Ethics Epicureanism . Abstract: The ethics of Epicurus is briefly outlined. Epicurus of Samos (341-270 B. C.) founded his school, the Garden, in ...
    • Epicureanism - ReligionFacts

      www.religionfacts.com/epicureanism Epicureanism is an ancient Greek philosophical system taught by Epicurus. It emphasized the goal of a happy and content life in the here and now, rejecting both ...
    • Epicureanism - New World Encyclopedia

      www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Epicureanism Epicureanism is a system of philosophy based upon the teachings of Epicurus (c. 340–c. 270 B.C.E.), and was one of the most popular schools of Hellenistic ...
    • Epicureanism | Britannica.com

      www.britannica.com/topic/Epicureanism Epicureanism, in a strict sense, the philosophy taught by Epicurus (341–270 bce). In a broad sense, it is a system of ethics embracing every conception or form of ...
    • Epicurus and Epicurean Philosophy

      www.epicurus.net Presenting the philosophy of Epicurus, including classical Epicurean texts, history, and information about books, web pages, and e-mail lists devoted to Epicureanism.
    • Epicurus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epicurus Prefiguring science and ethics. Epicurus is a key figure in the development of science and scientific methodology because of his insistence that nothing should be ...
    • Epicureanism - definition of epicureanism by The Free Dictionary

      www.thefreedictionary.com/Epicureanism Do you think that I could stay here contented with what you call my compensations - my art, the study of beautiful things, the calm epicureanism of the sedate and ...
    • Epicurus (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

      plato.stanford.edu/entries/epicurus The philosophy of Epicurus (341–270 B.C.E.) was a complete and interdependent system, involving a view of the goal of human life (happiness, resulting ...