Descartes attempted what Leucippus, Democritus, Epicurus, and their followers thought to be impossible.
The philosophies of Epicurus or Hume give no adequate or dignified conception of the mind.
Which is the best, the philosophy of Epicurus, or the theology of Smilenof?
The attitude of Epicurus to science is particularly well marked.
Much more I, who am apt to get too near that ugly 'sty of Epicurus' sometimes!
The errors of Epicurus shall be corrected, and the body of his truth retained.
Of which kinde of punishment also Suidas makes mention in his Epicurus.
Epicurus laid down the doctrine that pleasure was the chief good.
Epicurus has been more than sufficiently refuted; but I would willingly hear your own sentiments, Cotta.
In his physical theories Epicurus followed Leucippus and Democritus.