Hiram Crespo is the founder and editor of SocietyOfEpicurus.com, author of Tending the Epicurean Garden, and a contributor to How to Live a Good Life: A Guide to Choosing Your Personal Philosophy. He graduated from Northeastern Illinois University with a BA in interdisciplinary studies, writes the Arte de Vivir column for El Nuevo Día, and blogs at The Autarkist. An audiobook, Epicurus of Samos—His Philosophy and Life, will be available from Ukemi Audiobooks this spring.
Posts by Hiram Crespo
THE LAST DISEASE OUTBREAK of pandemic proportions to visit humanity was the Spanish flu in 1918, which killed fifty million people. Prior to that,... Read More
“The same exercise (i.e. the study of philosophy) at once teaches to live well and to die well.” – Epicurus, Epistle to Menoeceus The Seventh Annual... Read More
“We must, therefore, pursue the things that make for happiness, seeing that when happiness is present, we have everything; but when it is absent,... Read More
"The world began when I was born and the world is mine to win." —Badger Clark As much as the anthropocentric arrogance and subjectivity... Read More