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Epicurus and the Epicurean SchoolTiziano Dorandi EpistemologyGisela Striker AtomismDavid Konstan Cosmology and MeteorologyDaryn Lehoux TheologyEmidio Spinelli and Francesco Verde DeathStephen E. Rosenbaum HedonismVoula Tsouna PsychologyElizabeth Asmis Voluntary Action and ResponsibilityWalter Englert FriendshipPhillip Mitsis Politics and SocietyGeert Roskam LanguageEnrico Piergiacomi RhetoricClive Chandler PoeticsMichael McOsker Philodemus and the Herculaneum PapyriMario Capasso LucretiusMonica R. Gale Horace and VergilGregson Davis CiceroCarlos Lévy Seneca and EpicurusMargaret Graver PlutarchMichael Erler Diogenes of OenoandaPamela Gordon Epicurus and Epicureanism in Rabbinic Literature, Maimonides, and Rabbi Nachman of BreslovGabriel Danzig Early ChristianityIlaria Ramelli Humanist Dissemination of EpicureanismAda Palmer Materialism and the Early Modern “Natural History of Man”Ann Thomson Early Modern Epicureanism: Gassendi and Hobbes in Dialogue on Psychology, Ethics, and PoliticsGianni Paganini Epicurus in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century French Thought: A “Freedom of Pleasures”?Thomas M. Kavanagh Thomas JeffersonCarl J. Richard Epicureanism and UtilitarianismA. A. Long Epicurus in Nineteenth-Century Germany: Hegel, Marx, and NietzscheJames I. Porter PostmodernismEva Marie Noller and W. H. Shearin