Monthly Archives: March 2014

Diogenes on Righteousness Vs. Credulity

[So it is obvious that wrong-doers, given that they do not fear the penalties imposed by the laws, are not] afraid of [the gods.] This [has to be] conceded. For if they were [afraid, they] would not [do wrong]. As … Continue reading

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“Diogenes, that the doctrine laid down by Epicurus on an infinite number of worlds is true I am confident” — Theodoridas The première of the Cosmos series included Bruno reading from an obscure ancient manuscript: Lucretius’ On the Nature of … Continue reading

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Message from Cassius Amicus to the 4th Epicurean Symposium in Athens (voiceover is in English)

Cassius is the author of newepicurean.com.  A full report on the symposium is available from Society of Epicurus.

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