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(b) To Idomeneus
I AM writing this letter on the last and blessed day of my life. The trouble in the bladder and the stomach is taking its course and doing its very worst. I have faced it all with a joy of the spirit-the thought of our discussions in the past. Be worthy of your relation from youth up to philosophy and to me, and take care of the children of Metrodorus.
An innocent, attractive personality : very unlike what the words epicure and epicurean had led us to suspect. Whence then do they get their bad tang ? And how did this harmless, kindly man come to be the most hated and worst abused of all the philosophers of Greece ? To understand that we must glance at his creed, of which a summary may be read in a poem bearing the name of the great Roman EpicureanTennyson's Lucyetius. In the deliberate, clear-sighted Greek way Epicurus asked himself, What is the nature of the world, what is real, what lights should men follow in order to pass through the world with success ? These questions he answered as follows : There is nothing in the universe except atoms and space. Everything is material. God and our souls, as well as the earth and our bodies, are made of atoms ; different kinds of atoms, but in the last resort atoms. A thoroughgoing materialism, and very simple. The mystery of the world disappears ; everything can be reduced to atoms and explained. This part of the philosophy of Epicurus is borrowed from an earlier thinker, Democritus. The original part of his creed is his theory of life and morals.
How, he asked, are we to live with satisfaction to ourselves in this world of atoms ? One thing seems certain in it-our sensations. The existence of good, of justice, of the virtues can be denied, but it cannot be denied that we feel, that some feelings are pleasant, that pleasant things are desirable, and that all human beings desire them. Therefore pleasure is good-is the good. The following letter contains the best consecutive exposition of his moral philosophy, and shows

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