Happy 20th!

Happy 20th! is the Society of Friends of Epicurus newsletter, which ran from January 2013 through August 2015. It has been replaced by NewEpicurean.com’s weekly updates, which you may subscribe to here.

January 2014 – Inaugural issue: On Why Materialism Matters; Darwin Day

February 2014 – Cupid Issue: On how to Celebrate the 20th, on Chocolates and a Rumination on Desires

March 2014 – Autarchy Issue: International Day of Happiness; the Social Contract; Early Retirement; the Philodemus Series; In Memory of Jaako

April 2014 – The Earth Day Issue: Yerba Maté the Drink of Friendship; The Architecture of Pleasure; In Memory of George Carlin; Happy 20th!; Epicureanism in Thomas More’s Utopia; The Perils of Alienation

May 2014 – Naturalist Reasoning on Friendship; In Praise of Lucian; Epicurus the Sage review; Sophie’s Journal; Hedonic Pig; Is Epicureanism Selfish; Born Epicurean and Jardin de Epicuro blogs

June 2014 – The Pride Issue, some considerations on Pride and Fortune; Hiram Crespo’s book Tending the Epicurean Garden; the Turtles All the Way Down blog; Sweet Cheeses

July 2014 – The Cosmos Issue; Innumerable Worlds; On Other Races of Man; More Philodemus Reasonings; On Protecting the Head; Spanish sites; the Durian

August 2014 – The Minimalist Issue; Furgality and Long-Term Wealth; #knowyourcircle

September 2014 – The Meditation Issue; Reasonings on Neuroscience and On Methods of Inference; Honoring Our Sages; On Natural Community; Book Reviews

October 2014 – The Halloween Issue; Death-related writings by Epicurus, Lucretius, Philodemus, and Hiram Crespo; Intro to Norman DeWitt

November 2014 – The Gratitude Issue; Year of Doing Nothing; Epicurean Manifesto by Dara Fogel; Lucretius on Life and Death

December 2014 – HumanLight Issue; Spanish translation work at Sociedad de Epicuro webpage; Minimalism links

January 2015 – New Reviews of Tending the Epicurean Garden; Atheism 2.1; Abiding Pleasure Discussion

February 2015 – Book reviews; Tim O’Keefe’s piece on hedonism; Cosma Raimondi’s Defense of Epicurus; Darwin Day and the Planet of the Apes; Zarathustra; The Moral Landscape; Hitchens’ Case for Mocking Religion (in honor of Charlie Hebdo).

March 2015 – Contemplation on Tao (from The Autarkist) and on Pleasure (from New Epicurean); Reasonings on the Havamal; Nietzschean pieces.

April 2015 – Atheism 2.1 issue; more Contemplations on Tao; Hitchens-Jefferson Day; Diogenes’ Wall; articles on pleasure

May 2015 – Spanish-language Epitome published; Two Friends of Epicurus Interviewed; Cassius’ pieces in defense of pleasure; Piece on hedonic calculus featured in The Humanist; Emma Woolerton’s Lucretius Series; On Anger; Contemplations of Tao concludes; Fields or Particles.

June 2015 – Book Catalog, Epicurus’ Against the Use of Empty Words, “What Shall We Do Then?”, Religion as Play

August 2015 – Innumerable Worlds, Partially Examined Life, #KnowYourCircle, Various Blogs

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Author: hiramcrespo

Hiram Crespo is the author of 'Tending the Epicurean Garden' and founder of societyofepicurus.com. He's also written for The Humanist, Eidolon, Occupy, The New Humanism, The Secular Web, Europa Laica, AteístasPR, and many other outlets.