Michael Fontaine is an associate professor of Classics and associate dean of the faculty at Cornell University, where he teaches courses on Latin literature and Roman society. This past August his paper, “On Religious and Psychiatric Atheism: The Success of Epicurus, the Failure of Thomas Szasz,” appeared on MadinAmerica.com.
Posts by Michael Fontaine
Tending the Epicurean Garden
Ours is the age of science. We live in a time in which technology has performed such wondrous feats that many have come to... Read More