Epicurus: Now Available!



This intermediate work is presumably the final creation series title I will edit; it is a combination of basic Epicurean philosophy, basic life story of the philosopher himself, and criticisms by him of his critics as well as theirs of him. It's well written, and at times humorous, Epicurus calling one of his rivals a "mollusk" comes to mind as being particularly funny against the backdrop of antiquity.

The philosophy is of course fleshed out somewhat here, being described for that critical and analytical purpose; the basic premise of living a simple life and avoiding fear of mortality is the basic twofold point of the path of Epicurus.

94 pages.