4 edition of Some aspects of Epicurean psychology. found in the catalog.
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|Series||Philosophia antiqua,, v. 25|
|LC Classifications||B573 .K66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||74152844|
Marius the Epicurean by Walter Horatio Pater (4 August 30 July ) was an English essayist, literary and art critic, and fiction writer, regarded as one of the great stylists. His works on Renaissance subjects were popular but controversial, reflecting his lost belief in Christianity/5.  See esp. Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology (Leiden: E.J. Brill, ), Simplicius on Aristotle Physics 6 (London: Duckworth, ), Friendship in the Classical World (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), Philodemus: On Frank Criticism (Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, ), Commentators on Aristotle on Friendship: Aspasius, Anonymous, Michael of Ephesus .
Keefe is an accessible book-length overview of the Epicurean philosophical system, Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology. [author unknown] - - Tijdschrift Voor Filosofie 36 (1) Epicurus in Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy. Remove from this list. This chapter treats some of the ways in which Lucretius integrates the subjective and objective aspects of the Epicurean self. The term ‘integrates’ is used because there has been a tendency to regard Lucretius' objective voice as a register seriously at odds with his violent metaphors and alleged endorsement of a highly subjective view of : A. A. Long.
The Epicurean explanation for the origin of community life and laws was the utility of these institutions in facilitating people's natural and necessary desires for a secure life. In advising his followers to ‘live quietly’, Epicurus has at least three defences to advance against the criticism that such a lifestyle is politically irresponsible and morally complacent. Epicurean Ethics in Horace: The Psychology of Satire. Oxford. Articles: “Ofellus, Horace and Philodemus of Gadara in Satires ” Mnemosyne: “Some Epicurean Aspects of Horace’s Upbringing in Satires ” Classical Philology Book Reviews: Review of: G. B. Cobbold, Lucretius: The Nature of the Universe. Bolchazy.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology (Philosophia Antiqua) [Konstan, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology (Philosophia Cited by: This volume is the English version of Konstan’s Italian publication, Lucrezio e la psicologia epicurea, which was itself based in part upon his work, Some Aspects of Epicurean ed with the publication, the current one manifests a number of changes, most notably the addition of a new first chapter on Epicurean “passions” and the thorough.
Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology. David Konstan. Leiden: Brill () Buy the book $ used $ new Amazon page: Call number BK66 ISBN(s) Options Edit this record. Mark as duplicate. Export citation. Find it on Scholar. Request removal from index. In this modestly expanded edition of his book, Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology (Brill), David Konstan attempts to flesh out the Epicurean explanation of the causes of unhappiness: “empty beliefs” (kenodoxia)—most importantly, the groundless fear of death—and the irrational desires that fuel and are fueled by n’s central argument, preserved.
This book is a new edition of Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology, originally published by E.J. Brill in Besides being brought up to date in a great many details, it includes much wholly new material, for example this preface, the entire first chapter, and more.
David Konstan, A Life Worthy of the Gods. The Materialist Psychology of Epicurus (new edition). Las Vegas/Zurich/Athens: Parmenides Publishing, Pp. XX, ISBN $ (paperback)* David Konstan’s (= K.) book is a revised edition of his ’Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology‘, published in Titus Lucretius Carus (died mid to late 50s BCE) was an Epicurean poet of the late Roman republican era.
His six-book Latin hexameter poem De rerum natura (DRN for short), variously translated On the nature of things and On the nature of the universe, survives virtually intact, although it is disputed whether he lived to put the finishing touches to it.
Some scholars consider the epic poem On the Nature of Things by Lucretius to present in one unified work the core arguments and theories of Epicureanism. Many of the papyrus scrolls unearthed at the Villa of the Papyri at Herculaneum are Epicurean texts.
At least some are thought to have belonged to the Epicurean Philodemus. Epicureanism is a system of philosophy founded around BC based upon the teachings of the ancient Greek philosopher eanism was originally a challenge to its main opponent became Stoicism.
Some writings by Epicurus have survived. Some scholars consider the epic poem De rerum natura (Latin for On the Nature of Things) by Lucretius to. This liberating insight is at the core of Epicurean therapy.
In this book, Konstan seeks to show 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: showing how a system based on a materialistic world view could provide a.
Book 3 of De Rerum Natura ends with a series of dramatic voices unparallelled anywhere in Lucretius (lines ). Mourners, the elderly, Nature and Memmius raise their voices to debate the issue of mortality. From Epicurean tenets Lucretius dramatises and creates images for the follies of superstitious fears, passions, ambitions, attachment to nature, guilty Author: Andrew Galloway.
David Konstan (born 1 November ) is an American classicist and academic, known for his work on notions of emotion and beauty in the ancient world. Currently a Professor of Classics at NYU, he previously spent three decades teaching at Brown University, where he remains John Rowe Workman Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Classics and Professor Emeritus of.
book reviews Dav i D Ko n s ta n. A Life Worthy of the Gods: The Materialist Psychology of Epi-curus. Las vegas: Parmenides Publishing, xx + pp. Paper, $ This is a new edition of David konstan’s classic, Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology (brill), with a very substantial new introduction and a revised bibliography.
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$ $ Free shipping. Practical Aspects Seller Rating: % positive. Oxford () h/b £70 (ISBN ) Horace famously claimed (Epistles ) to be nullius addictus iurare in verba magistri—but he also mocked himself (Epistles ) as Epicuri de grege porcum.
This book helps to uncover and analyse this contradiction—one of several—at the heart of Horace’s early work. Satire is not perhaps the. Book Description.
Epicurus on the Self reconstructs a part of Epicurean ethics which only survives on the fragmentary papyrus rolls excavated from an ancient library in Herculaneum, On Nature XXV. The aim of this book is to contribute to a deeper understanding of Epicurus’ moral psychology, ethics and of its robust epistemological framework.
Epicurus on the Self June 7, Attila Németh The aim of this book is to contribute to a deeper understanding of Epicurus’ moral psychology, ethics and of its robust epistemological framework and to show how the notion of the self emerges in Epicurus’ struggle to express the individual perspective of oneself in the process of one’s.
Epicurus on the Self reconstructs a part of Epicurean ethics which only survives on the fragmentary papyrus rolls excavated from an ancient library in Herculaneum, On Nature XXV.
The aim of this book is to contribute to a deeper understanding of Epicurus’ moral psychology, ethics and of its robust epistemological : Hardcover. There’s some thought that some of the conspirators against Caesar may have had Epicurean interests, but it was probably a minority view amongst literate, aristocratic Romans.
Am I right that Lucretius’s book was the main vehicle through which Epicureanism came through into the Renaissance and then into the Enlightenment and influenced a lot.
Version at BMCR home site David Konstan, A Life Worthy of the Gods: The Materialist Psychology of Epicurus (revised and expanded edition, in part originally published in as Some Aspects of Epicurean Psychology by E.
J. Brill, Leiden). Las Vegas: Parmenides Publishing, Pp. xx, ISBN $ (pb). Reviewed by Wilson H. .Certain Aspects of Promiscuity A couple of reasons for promiscuity, and a couple of examples.