He was almost a philosopher in his Epicureanism, striving always that nothing should trouble him.
We too have our popular Epicureanism, which would allow the world to go on as if there were no God.
It can hardly be denied that as compared with the dogmas against which it reacted there is an element of truth in Epicureanism.
The passage from pantheism to Epicureanism is not a long one.
But Horace's Epicureanism never goes to the length of Omar's.
Epicureanism could have been carried no further than he had carried it.
His weak side is his Epicureanism, with its tinge of grossness.
My Epicureanism and her iron-bound individualism would have clashed.
A strong and deep flood of serious thought and feeling was for the first time poured into the shallow channel of Epicureanism.
He lacks passion, and he is never wanton; his eroticism is only Epicureanism.