New for today on the website is The NewEpicurean Library. The ancient Epicurean texts remaining to us today are available freely on the internet in a variety of translations, and one of the best ways to become more familiar with Epicureanism is to compare the various translations against each other and against the original Greek or Latin. Only in this way can you hope to gain a clear view of what was intended by the writer, rather than what may be a translator’s preconceived notion of what he thought the writer meant to say.
On this page we will maintain links to various translations of the core works. The content of the internet is constantly changing, so please send us an email or add a comment below if you find broken links or have suggestions for additions. Please feel free to send an email or add your comment with suggestions for additions.