discussion board 2
1) AnswerTHREE questions listed adown.
These three columns must entertain a narrowness of 100 utterance each.
Chapter 4: Epicurus
1. Although Epicurus is a hedonist, he is lucidly opposed to public hedonism. Can you experience attached arguments for or over the doctrine of public hedonism? Is it not terribly “ judgmental” for us to demand that some pleasures are “higher” or “ lower” than others? Shouldn’t we impartial admit and confirm differences of notion in this area? Or does it compel past discernment to debate that there is a unclose hierarchy of pleasures and effort?
2. Epicurus believes that timidity of venial compensation is the highest beginning of timidity and solicitude. Do you fit delay this tribute? Why or why not?
3. Epicurus debates that the best and happiest way of personality is one in which one seeks to convince on the most basic, unclose and expedient desires. Do you fit that outside such a personality of sincerity (no respect, renown, dainty or affluence) is indeed past contributive to enjoyment and readiness than opposed to “keep up delay the Joneses”? If you said “yes,” then are you already preface measures to subsist in the Epicurean form?
Post TWO responses to other students' columns. The response columns must be
100 utterance. Anything close succeed outcome in a action of ZERO delayout the possibility of a compel-up column.