Epicurus of Sámos (341-270 BCE), the Greek “garden philosopher,” was an ancient sage who left us an enduring message of optimism. His philosophy conveyed the ultimate conviction that individuals can live in serene happiness, fortified by the continual experience of modest pleasures. This website serves as an informational resource documenting the legacy of Epicureanism with electronic texts, photography, book lists, links to related sites, and: The Epicurus Wiki.
“The religious people tell us we relly won't experience bliss until we die and go to heaven. But I believe in having as much as you can of this experience while you're alive.”
- Joseph Campbell