Someday I dream we will have an online source for all the literary works in Epicurean philosophy, all in one place and searchable, with study guides, in various languages and with various translations available for comparison for the benefit of students of Epicurean Philosophy everywhere. All of these works are worthy of careful study by sincere students of Epicurus, and have also accumulated a growing body of commentary by devoted readers that deserves to be preserved and built on. As more study material becomes available, please stay appraised by joining our online forum and community at Epicurean Friends. We have been born once and cannot be born a second time; for all eternity we shall no longer exist. But you, although you are not in control of tomorrow, are postponing your happiness. Life is wasted by delaying, and each one of us dies without enjoying leisure.
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Plante - - Ethics and Behavior 17 2 — Meditations on the Philosophy of History. Claudia Baracchi - - Research in Phenomenology 31 1 Golden Sayings. Epictetus - unknown. The Sayings of Simonides. Richards - - Classical Quarterly 1 01 Confucius - unknown. The Sayings of Democritus. West - - The Classical Review 19 02 Richard A. McCormick - - Georgetown University Press. Added to PP index Total views 54 , of 2,, Recent downloads 6 months 5 , of 2,, How can I increase my downloads? Sign in to use this feature.
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Epicurus: Letters, Principal Doctrines, and Vatican Sayings
We have no information regarding when or by whom the Vatican collection was made. Several of the Sayings are identical with some of the Principal Doctrines. Some defy certain translation, and others are certainly not by Epicurus these instances are indicated by grey numerals. The set of English translations presented here is a consensus of the best translations from various sources. For all eternity we shall no longer be.
I'm Sam. I have a serious interest in practical philosophy and related topics. Although Epicurus must have spoken many wise sayings during his lifetime, only a sparse selection survives. These short collections give us insight into the key teachings of Epicurus and what it means to be an Epicurean. In , a scholar found a fourteenth-century manuscript in the Vatican Library.
Vatican Sayings – Brief Study Guide
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This translation excludes the sayings commonly attributed to other authors or repeated from the Principal Doctrines. The Greek text is in the public domain. The text provided here generally follows that of Hermann Usener as published in his Epicurea , with some attention paid to the texts of G. Long and D. I take the meaning as related to an idea from Principal Doctrine 8 : we must pay for the long-term pleasures of friendship by venturing the possibility of some short-term pain "risking some pleasure" ; see also Letter to Menoikos, Section and Vatican Saying This is enlightened hedonism at its most social, if you will. At Fragment Epicurus also says that he has not wanted to please the many in his thinking and writing.