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- I like to imagine Lenin as a Russian Epicurus, suspicious of too much eloquence, a political realist who called a spade a spade, the truth of the moment in plain unadorned speech.
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- The Epicureans, arguably the most famous group of atheists in ancient history, insisted predestination was a myth – they also rejected the idea that human life was controlled by the gods.
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- At the source of Holmes' inspiration stands Lucretius, a first-century B.C. poet-philosopher, who himself was influenced by earlier thinkers, like Epicurus and Democritis.
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