The Epicurean attitude to grief focuses attention on pleasant memories and the natural inevitability of death
The Fear of death and how to dispel it, according to Epicurus
Cosmology is relevant when thinking about death, helping us to a realistic acceptance of death as part of the natural order
Emotions such as grief are not necessarily negative according to an Epicurean analysis
How can the ancient philosophy of Epicurus contribute to contemporary Positive Psychology, specifically in relation to difficult emotions such as grief?
The Epicurean insistence on grounding ethics in secure knowledge about the natural world has important implications for PP 2.0 models of moral psychology.
Life’s short, so don’t rush it