Epicurean Ethics: A Relook
Aditi Mitra

Epicurus (341-270 B.C.) is an ancient Greek philosopher, who holds that we should prudently take into account of all the consequences of an action in order to secure the greatest possible amount of pleasure in the whole course of life.[1] Since such an important age-old thought of Epicurus is not visible enough in contemporary discussions of normative ethics, we here like to shed some light on his ethical thought in the hope to rescue him from oblivion.

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