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  • [[Image:Epikouros.jpg|right|thumb|An engraving of a marble bust of Epicurus excavated from [[Herculaneum]]]] '''Epicurus''' ([[Ancient Greek|Greek]]: {{polytonic|'''Ἐπίκουρος'''}}) (341
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  • [[Image:Epikouros.jpg|right|thumb|An engraving of a marble bust of Epicurus excavated from [[Herculaneum]]]] '''Epicurus''' ([[Ancient Greek|Greek]]: {{polytonic|'''Ἐπίκουρος'''}}) (341
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  • ...curus (341-270 BCE)]] ([http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/spr2009/entries/epicurus/ Konstan 2009]). |<center>'''The Materialism of Epicurus (c. 341-271 <small>BCE)</small>'''</center>
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  • ...eks, and is known as [[hedonism]] (a variant of which is associated with [[Epicurus]]). Bentham thought that the resulting level or quantity of happiness coul
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  • ...D. (2009) "Epicurus", [http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/spr2009/entries/epicurus/ ''The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2009 Edition)'', Edward ...&nbsp;<ref name=evoepiwik>[http://wiki.epicurus.info/Evolution Evolution - Epicurus Wiki]</ref> and Indian philosophers such as [[Patañjali]].
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  • ...2007-04-03.</ref><ref name="Obbink-Atheism">Obbink, Dirk. "The Atheism of Epicurus". ''Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies''. 30(1989) 187-223.</ref> Other pr ...mon of these arguments is the [[problem of evil]], generally credited to [[Epicurus]]. Christian apologist [[William Lane Craig]] has called this "atheism's ki
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  • ...oposed it in the 5th century BC, it was later picked up and discussed by [[Epicurus]] in the late 4th to early 3rd century BC, but it was just an idea that was
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  • *Rob Rodi, "These Greeks are Crazy: ''Amazons'', ''Epicurus the Sage'' and ''Bacchus''", ''The Comics Journal'' 130, 1990, pp. 39-43
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  • 341 [[Epicurus]] (341-271) founder of Hedonism[http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/hedonism/
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  • ...is doctoral thesis (which dealt with the atomic theories of Democritus and Epicurus), he turned to journalism and began writing for the ''Rheinische Zeitung,''
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  • ...s something which goes back to ancient Greece. [[David Hume]] translates [[Epicurus]] on the divine attributes:
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  • ...lenic period had little influence on political thought. The followers of [[Epicurus]] had no time for politics but were willing to acknowledge the merits of a
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  • ...peculation about the natural world such as atomic theory in the thought of Epicurus (371–270 <span style=
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