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Lettres, maximes et autres textes

Epicurus: a notion of Nature and reflections on happiness

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Greek philosophy born in 341 BC Epicurus is the founder of one of the most important philosophical schools of Antiquity, Epicureanism. This volume contains the following texts: Letter to Herodotus – Letter to Pythocles – Letter to Menoeceus – Principal doctrines – Vatican Sayings – Various extracts. They offer us insight into the thought of Epicurus, particularly his notion of nature, and of course, through the letter to Menoeceus, his reflections on happiness: Epicurus teaches us that ethics are based on a true science of happiness and that knowledge in and of itself is worthless if it does make you happier...

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EPICURE
Editor
FLAMMARION EDITIONS
Type of book
Broché
Language
French
Dimensions
10,8 x 17,8

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