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Hedonism

The ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus was one of the first to declare, bluntly, that what makes life worth living is that we can experience pleasure. Epicurus praised all kinds of pleasures. But he didn’t advocate that we lose ourselves in them.

Epicurus clarified that the higher pleasures like friendship, academics and virtue are big parts a good life.

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