epicureanism

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In modern times, as will be seen, Epicureanism has enjoyed a revival.

We too have our popular Epicureanism, which would allow the world to go on as if there were no God.

The passage from pantheism to epicureanism is not a long one.

Epicureanism could have been carried no further than he had carried it.

My Epicureanism and her iron-bound individualism would have clashed.

He lacks passion, and he is never wanton; his eroticism is only Epicureanism.

They lead him to the Epicureanism that is the only philosophy that they do not overthrow.

So many people still fail to understand what epicureanism is.

He was not a Sceptic as you may imagine, nor had he adopted the Lucretian form of Epicureanism.

Herein lies the charm of his epicureanism, and herein too its kinship with that of Horace.

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