Epicureanism, was the philosophy based by Epicurus at Athens near the tip of the 4th century B. c. Epicureanism propounded a simple, rational, dogmatic view of the nature of man and the universe, through which males would possibly attain actual and enduring pleasure, within the sense of peace of thoughts. The philosophy was never very popular and was attacked with extraordinary violence and unfairness by philosophers of other schools and, later, by Christians. From these attacks Epicureanism bought its fashionable repute as a mere self-indulgent cult of pleasure. However the small teams that upheld Epicureanism had been intensely devoted to their grasp. They regarded his teaching as a true gospel, as good news in regards to the nature of things that delivered those who upheld it, presumably on strictly rational grounds, from the worst of human evils.
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