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        <div class="col-lg-12"><h1 class="page-title">Epicurus and Epicureanism</h1></div>
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        Epicurus, born in the Athenian settlement of Samos in 341 BCE, was an ancient Hellenistic philosopher and founder of Epicureanism.  He served two years in the Athenian military, moving to Colophon after his service.  There he studied under Nausiphanes and went on to teach in Mytilene, subsequently founding a school in Lampsacus, and then the famous <i>Garden</i> in Athens.  He  remained in Athens until his death in 270 BCE.
        What remains of Epicurus' writings is found in letters and accounts from his contemporaries.  His philosophy comprised of atomist themes, elements of hedonism, and the achievement of <i>ataraxia</i> through the pursuit of pleasure to reduce suffering.
        To learn more about Epicurus and Epicureanism from the source of this article, please follow the link below.
        <a href="">Wikipedia Article on Epicurus&nbsp;<i class="fa fa-link"></i></a><br><br>


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