aponia

  • 1 aponia — a·po·nì·a s.f. 1. TS filos. nella filosofia epicurea: stato di serenità spirituale 2. TS med. assenza di dolore {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1829. ETIMO: dal gr. aponía, comp. di a con valore privat. e pónos dolore, fatica …

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  • 2 aponia — noun The absence of pain considered as a state of spiritual serenity …

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  • 3 aponia — apo·nia ( )ā pō nē ə, ( )ä , nyə n freedom from pain …

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  • 4 aponia — pl.f. aponie …

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  • 5 Epicureanism — Stephen Everson It is tempting to portray Epicureanism as the most straightforward, perhaps even simplistic, of the major dogmatic philosophical schools of the Hellenistic age. Starting from an atomic physics, according to which ‘the totality of… …

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  • 6 Epicureanism — is a system of philosophy based upon the teachings of Epicurus ( c . 341 ndash; c . 270 BC), founded around 307 BC. Epicurus was an atomic materialist, following in the steps of Democritus. His materialism led him to a general attack on… …

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  • 7 aponer — Se conjuga como: reponer Infinitivo: Gerundio: Participio: aponer aponiendo apuesto     Indicativo   presente imperfecto pretérito futuro condicional yo tú él, ella, Ud. nosotros vosotros ellos, ellas, Uds. apongo apones apone aponemos aponéis… …

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  • 8 Epicurus — Infobox Philosopher name = polytonic|Έπίκουρος Epikouros |right|thumb|145px|Roman marble bust of Epicurus color = #B0C4DE region = Western philosophy era = Ancient philosophy birth = 341 BCE death = circa 270 BCE school tradition = Epicureanism… …

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  • 9 Meaning of life — This article is about the philosophical concept. For other uses, see Meaning of life (disambiguation). Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? One of Post Impressionist Paul Gauguin s most famous paintings. The meaning of life… …

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  • 10 Utilitarianism — This article discusses utilitarian ethical theory. For a discussion of John Stuart Mill s book Utilitarianism, see Utilitarianism (book). For the architectural theory, see Utilitarianism (architecture) Part of a series on …

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  • 11 Jeremy Bentham — Full name Jeremy Bentham Born 15 February 1748(1748 02 15) London, England Died 6 June 1832 …

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  • 12 Cārvāka — For the village in Kyrgyzstan, see Charbak, Kyrgyzstan. Cārvāka (Sanskrit: चार्वाक), also known as Lokāyata, is a system of Indian philosophy that assumes various forms of philosophical skepticism and religious indifference.[1] It seems named… …

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  • 13 Suffering — This article is about suffering or pain in the broadest sense. For physical pain, see Pain. For other uses, see The Suffering. Tragic mask on the façade of the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm Suffering, or pain in a broad sense,[1] is …

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  • 14 Cyrenaics — Aristippus of Cyrene The Cyrenaics were an ultra hedonist Greek school of philosophy founded in the 4th century BC, supposedly by Aristippus of Cyrene, although many of the principles of the school are believed to have been formalized by his… …

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  • 15 Julien Offray de La Mettrie — Full name Julien Offray de La Mettrie Born 19 December 1709 Saint Malo, France Died 11 …

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  • 16 Metrodorus of Lampsacus (the younger) — For other people of the same name, see Metrodorus (disambiguation). Metrodorus Hermes type bust (pillar with the top as a sculpted head) of Metrodorus leaned with his back against Epicurus, in the Louvre Full name Metrodorus Born 331/0 BC… …

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  • 17 Michel Onfray — Full name Michel Onfray Born January 1, 1959 Era 20th century philosophy, 21st century …

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  • 18 Conímbriga — Casa das fontes, house of the fountains …

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  • 19 Colotes — of Lampsacus (Greek: Κολώτης Λαμψακηνός, Kolōtēs Lampsakēnos; c. 320 after 268 BC[1]) was a pupil of Epicurus, and one of the most famous of his disciples. He wrote a work to prove That it is impossible even to live according to the doctrines of… …

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  • 20 Clinamen — (pronounced /klaɪˈneɪmɛn/, plural clinamina, derived from clīnāre, to incline) is the Latin name Lucretius gave to the unpredictable swerve of atoms, in order to defend the atomistic doctrine of Epicurus. According to Lucretius, the unpredictable …

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