Epicurus, and his Roman disciple Lucretius, held that the primary cause of human unhappiness was an irrational fear of death. This book shows how such fears arose, according to the Epicureans, and why they persist even in modern societies. It offers a close examination of the basic principles of Epicurean psychology.
David Konstan is a professor in the Department of Classics and Comparative Literature at Brown University.
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A Life Worthy of the Gods: The Materialist Psychology of Epicurus