- Title Pages
Chapter 2Cyrene and the Cyrenaics: A Historical and Biographical Overview
Chapter 3Knowledge and Pleasure
Chapter 4Virtue and Living Pleasantly
Chapter 5Eudaimonism and Anti-Eudaimonism
Chapter 6Personal and Political Relationships
Chapter 7Hegesias’s Pessimism
Chapter 8Theodorus’s Innovations
Chapter 9The “New Cyrenaicism” of Walter Pater
Chapter 10Conclusion: The Birth of Hedonism
Appendix 1The Sources
Appendix 2Annicerean Interpolation in D.L. 2.86–93
- The Birth of Hedonism
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