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Author Archive for: ‘Cassius Amicus’

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    More on the “Moral Sense”

    Here are two more references I have come across in regard to the faculty of a “moral sense.”  I see this as a subject that is related to “anticipations” in terms of there being a faculty of “recognizing” or “perceiving” issues that are denominated as …

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    “Elemental Epicureanism” / Facebook Group Update

    *Epub Update* I have today set up a new facebook group “Elemental Epicureanism.” The URL of the new group is The sole purpose of this group will be to post copies of my epub of the same name, in which I am collecting all …

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    Peace and Safety And Independent Thinking For Your Twentieth of May!

    Peace and Safety to the Epicureans of today, no matter where you might be! For today’s Twentieth I want to highlight another recent post made by Hiram at the Society of Epicurus entitled Pythagoras and the Swerve. The topic of the post was maintaining the proper line …

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    Updated MP3 Version of “A Few Days In Athens”

    I have been working to correct some minor errors in the MP3 Audiobook version of “A Few Days In Athens”, and I have now uploaded a new version at the link below. This new version splits each chapter into a separate MP3 for easier access …

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    Consolation On The Loss Of A Loved One – An Epicurean Perspective

    Once again this past week I had the unfortunate experience of losing to death a valued member of my family.  Times like this are the ultimate test of the value of a philosophy — a philosophy that does not address the most emotional issues of …

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    Our Friend and Mascot: The Pig

    Hiram posted an excellent article over at the Society of Epicurus entitled “Reasonings on the Hedonic Pig and Cultural Hypocrisy.” Be sure to check it out! It reminded me that I had posted previously on part of this topic, but could not find the reference …

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