The Epicurean paradox or riddle of Epicurus or Epicurus' trilemma is a version of the problem of evil. God’s name was derived from an ancient Hebrew word that means ‘he causes to become’. [9] His Letter of Menoeceus and surviving fragments of his other writings strongly suggest that he had extensive training in rhetoric. [5] There he founded The Garden (κῆπος), a school named for the garden he owned that served as the school's meeting place, about halfway between the locations of two other schools of philosophy, the Stoa and the Academy. [131] Valla made no mention of Lucretius or his poem. Epicurus was curious about the “body-guard god” who doesn’t exist, then nor now. [138] His next work Physiologia Epicuro-Gassendo-Charletoniana, or a Fabrick of Science Natural, upon a Hypothesis of Atoms, Founded by Epicurus, Repaired by Petrus Gassendus, and Augmented by Walter Charleton (1654) emphasized this idea. Is he able, but not willing? Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? of Friends of Epicurus, Letters on Epicurus: A Dialogue about Happiness. Go to # 5. In his mercy and justice to humans he allowed Adam and Eve to have children. So essentially, under the Christian belief, God satisfies the expectations Epicurus has of God, as He has the power to stop evil and will stop evil when the time is right. Epicureanism reached the height of its popularity during the late years of the Roman Republic. (Joshua 24:15; Deuteronomy 30:19). It’s called the Epicurean Paradox, and it’s attributed to the Greek philosopher Epicurus. [110] He further warned that believing that the gods control natural phenomena would only mislead people into believing the superstitious view that the gods punish humans for wrongdoing, which only instills fear and prevents people from attaining ataraxia. Lactantius attributes this trilemma to Epicurus in De Ira Dei: God, he says, either wishes to take away evils, and is unable; or He is able, and is unwilling; or He is neither willing nor able, or He is both willing and able. [19] Epicurus shared this view with his contemporary, the comic playwright Menander. [15][44][43] He rejected the Platonic idea of "Reason" as a reliable source of knowledge about the world apart from the senses[15] and was bitterly opposed to the Pyrrhonists and Academic Skeptics, who not only questioned the ability of the senses to provide accurate knowledge about the world, but also whether it is even possible to know anything about the world at all. 1. Do you believe this? If you're not familiar with it, here's how it goes: Either God wants to abolish evil, and cannot; or he can, but does not want … He can know what the future lies. [126] In his De vita beata, Seneca states that the "sect of Epicurus... has a bad reputation, and yet it does not deserve it." All occurrences in the natural world are ultimately the result of atoms moving and interacting in empty space. [117], Epicurus was an extremely prolific writer. Your email address will not be published. [122] Epicureanism rapidly spread beyond the Greek mainland all across the Mediterranean world. [19] Epicurus agreed with the Cynics' quest for honesty, but rejected their "insolence and vulgarity", instead teaching that honesty must be coupled with courtesy and kindness. It only considers two options; it doesn't consider (for sake of argument) that maybe God is allowing evil or perhaps there's a reason why the evil is there in the first place. Should God stop all evil now in this present system of things? The Greek philosopher Epicurus (342-271 BCE) claimed that the existence of God proved there is no God. Of interest to atheists is Epicurus's scepticism of religion and the Epicurean paradox: “Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? [15], During Epicurus's lifetime, Platonism was the dominant philosophy in higher education. Would it have been better for God to have created humans without freedom to choose/free will? Therefore any pain and suffering caused is a direct cause from God. [107][110] Epicurus maintained that the gods are so utterly perfect and removed from the world that they are incapable of listening to prayers or supplications or doing virtually anything aside from contemplating their own perfections. No. He has shown how this turning can be done. Also, very importantly, at rare points in human history, intense prayer by devotees of God have led to Avatars take form like the Narasimha Avatar and, in this case, kill the evil doer who was harassing the devotee. when one is full after eating), the pleasure quickly goes away and the suffering of wanting to fulfill the desire again returns. [140] In 1685, Sir William Temple (1628–1699) abandoned a promising career as a diplomat and instead retired to his garden, devoting himself to writing essays on Epicurus's moral teachings. [144] The British poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809–1892) praised "the sober majesties / of settled, sweet, Epicurean life" in his 1868 poem "Lucretius". [11][10] After the completion of his military service, Epicurus joined his family there. "[140] Meanwhile, John Locke (1632–1704) adapted Gassendi's modified version of Epicurus's epistemology, which became highly influential on English empiricism. These are easy to satisfy, difficult to eliminate, bring pleasure when satisfied, and are naturally limited. Go to # 7. This book, however, has not survived, nor does any other text that fully and clearly explains Epicurean epistemology, leaving only mentions of this epistemology by several authors to reconstruct it. [65][76] Furthermore, Epicurus taught that "it is not possible to live pleasurably without living sensibly and nobly and justly", because a person who engages in acts of dishonesty or injustice will be "loaded with troubles" on account of his own guilty conscience and will live in constant fear that his wrongdoings will be discovered by others. [138] Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592) is the exception to this trend, quoting a full 450 lines of Lucretius's On the Nature of Things in his Essays. Posts about Epicurean Paradox written by Rising Window. No one can refute or deny your thoughts here Peter. Man was also given free will and he can choose right or wrong. [56] In line with this principle of non-contradiction, the Epicureans believed that events in the natural world may have multiple causes that are all equally possible and probable. Is he neither able nor willing? [109] In his Letter to Herodotus, he specifically denies that the gods have any control over natural phenomena, arguing that this would contradict their fundamental nature, which is perfect, because any kind of worldly involvement would tarnish their perfection. He then founded a school in Lampsacus before returning to Athens in c. 306 BC, where he remained until his death. “Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? [36], If authentic, this letter would support the tradition that Epicurus was able to remain joyful to the end, even in the midst of his suffering. God will eliminate all evil in the future. [62] The only surviving complete works by Epicurus are three relatively lengthy letters, which are quoted in their entirety in Book X of Diogenes Laërtius's Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers, and two groups of quotes: the Principal Doctrines (Κύριαι Δόξαι), which are likewise preserved through quotation by Diogenes Laërtius, and the Vatican Sayings, preserved in a manuscript from the Vatican Library that was first discovered in 1888. [41] This book, however, has not survived,[41] nor does any other text that fully and clearly explains Epicurean epistemology, leaving only mentions of this epistemology by several authors to reconstruct it. Go to 16. Evil has a tendency to pop back up, time and time again. Are there any other reason/s why God would allow evil to exist for the time being? 370 BC). 13. He was most likely a vegetarian. Faith exists and our gift of life is itself the light to follow. Vain desires include desires for power, wealth, and fame. [131] As such, while Plato and Aristotle enjoyed a privileged place in Christian philosophy throughout the Middle Ages, Epicurus was not held in such esteem. [79] After one's desires have been satisfied (e.g. We can choose the endless void and play the victim. In the ancient Greek story of the first woman,Pandora, we learn she opens all the plagues of the world, including the unbelieving deceitful hope. Epicurus died a couple of centuries before the birth of Jesus and Christianity, so if he really is the originator of this conundrum then it isn’t specifically aimed at the Church, but it is a philosophical question which still applies to our society today. [24][10] The Garden was more than just a school;[6] it was "a community of like-minded and aspiring practitioners of a particular way of life. I can't find references quickly, sorry, I am neither priest nor seminary student. Epicurus believed that the Gods were completely removed from human affairs. Epicurus is said to have originally written over 300 works on various subjects, but the vast majority of these writings have been lost. [131] The first scholarly dissertation on Epicurus, De voluptate (On Pleasure) by the Italian Humanist and Catholic priest Lorenzo Valla was published in 1431. [107] Their criticisms of popular religion, however, are often less gentle than those of Epicurus himself. I like the way you presented it. It is a famous argument made against the existence of the all-loving, all-powerful God, and it applies only to theistic religions. [22] Although later texts, such as the writings of the first-century BC Roman orator Cicero, portray Epicureanism and Stoicism as rivals,[22] this rivalry seems to have only emerged after Epicurus's death. 14. Accepting our mortality is the beginning of Wisdom. This world has good in it. [61][62] In his Letter to Menoeceus, Epicurus explains that people seek wealth and power on account of these fears, believing that having more money, prestige, or political clout will save them from death. 215), Arnobius (died c. 330), and Lactantius all singled it out for the most vitriolic criticism. 22. God destroyed an evil world in the days of Noah. The issue raised in Eden was: whether humans do not need God to tell them what is right or wrong. [131] As such, Christian writers such as Justin Martyr (c. 100–c. Quiet to the Sound of Many Waters, Listen to the Wind.. Rejoice in the Wisdom of Gods presence. [79][81] Epicurus had a low opinion of sex and marriage, regarding both as having dubious value. [139] By the end of the seventeenth century, Epicurean atomism was widely accepted by members of the English scientific community as the best model for explaining the physical world,[140] but it had been modified so greatly that Epicurus was no longer seen as its original parent. In the epicurean paradox, Epicurus' states that God is malevolent if he is 'able' to get rid of evil but isnt 'willing'. Actually, Epicurus was a Greek, so he wasn't considering the God of the bible. [15] Epicurus's philosophy was consequently more universal in its outlook than those of his predecessors, since it took cognizance of non-Greek peoples as well as Greeks. [105], In his Letter to Menoeceus, a summary of his own moral and theological teachings, the first piece of advice Epicurus himself gives to his student is: "First, believe that a god is an indestructible and blessed animal, in accordance with the general conception of god commonly held, and do not ascribe to god anything foreign to his indestructibility or repugnant to his blessedness. It can be used or rejected by man. [88], Epicurus writes in his Letter to Herodotus that "nothing ever arises from the nonexistent", indicating that all events therefore have causes, regardless of whether those causes are known or unknown. [116] However, the vast majority of Epicurus's writings have been lost and it is possible that some form of this argument may have been found in his lost treatise On the Gods, which Diogenes Laërtius describes as one of his greatest works. [79][81] For Epicurus, static pleasures are the best pleasures because moving pleasures are always bound up with pain. [30] Epicurus never married and had no known children. [129] On the twentieth day of every month, admirers of his teachings would perform a solemn ritual to honor his memory. [116] If Epicurus really did make some form of this argument, it would not have been an argument against the existence of deities, but rather an argument against divine providence. [131] The Christian Church Father Augustine of Hippo (354–430 AD) declared, "its ashes are so cold that not a single spark can be struck from them. then is he malevolent. For Epicurus, the "swerve" of the atoms simply defeated determinism to leave room for autonomous agency. [59] In his Letter to Pythocles, he offers four different possible natural explanations for thunder, six different possible natural explanations for lightning, three for snow, three for comets, two for rainbows, two for earthquakes, and so on. [22] In around 311 BC, Epicurus, when he was around thirty years old, began teaching in Mytilene. And I beg you to take care of the children of Metrodorus, in a manner worthy of the devotion shown by the young man to me, and to philosophy. [60] Although all of these explanations are now known to be false, they were an important step in the history of science, because Epicurus was trying to explain natural phenomena using natural explanations, rather than resorting to inventing elaborate stories about gods and mythic heroes. [131] Of all the Greek philosophical schools, Epicureanism was the one most at odds with the new Christian teachings, since Epicureans believed that the soul was mortal, denied the existence of an afterlife, denied that the divine had any active role in human life, and advocated pleasure as the foremost goal of human existence. This has led some philosophers to think that, for Epicurus, free will was caused directly by chance. [138] He left Syntagma philosophicum (Philosophical Compendium), a synthesis of Epicurean doctrines, unfinished at the time of his death in 1655. [108] According to George K. Strodach, Epicurus could have easily dispensed of the gods entirely without greatly altering his materialist worldview,[108] but the gods still play one important function in Epicurus's theology as the paragons of moral virtue to be emulated and admired. 190), Tertullian (c. 155–c. It died out in late antiquity, subject to hostility from early Christianity. 8. For ancient Israel he gave more than 600 laws. Knowing proof of faith can be as simple as acknowledging gravity. [27] Epicurean communities continued this tradition,[28] referring to Epicurus as their "saviour" (soter) and celebrating him as hero. What source allows us to learn and grow. One might reasonably have expected Him to have intervened during the massive slaughters of two world wars, but no. Go to # 27. "[107] Epicurus maintained that he and his followers knew that the gods exist because "our knowledge of them is a matter of clear and distinct perception", meaning that people can empirically sense their presences. Go to 21. He taught that the root of all human neurosis is death denial and the tendency for human beings to assume that death will be horrific and painful, which he claimed causes unnecessary anxiety, selfish self-protective behaviors, and hypocrisy. His teachings are surprisingly modern; therefore Asclepiades is considered to be a pioneer physician in psychotherapy, physical therapy and molecular medicine. Epicurus was an ancient Greek philosopher born in 341 BC on the island of Samos. (Revelations 5:9,10). [138], As a result of Gassendi's modifications, his books were never censored by the Catholic Church. It”s sad to admit to the damnation mankind has to the cruel cycle of: good, to bad, to worse. Yes. Nonetheless, Epicurus differed from his predecessors on several key points of determinism and vehemently denied having been influenced by any previous philosophers, whom he denounced as "confused". Laws and punishments are needed to keep misguided fools in line who would otherwise break the contract. His influence grew considerably during and after the Enlightenment, profoundly impacting the ideas of major thinkers, including John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, Jeremy Bentham, and Karl Marx. Our growing ability to learn and develop our own existence. Go to # 20. If God stops all sorts of evil in this present world, then he would be working for Satan as policeman, emergency relief worker, etc. 19. The Epicurean paradox assumes that God does not have a higher reason for allowing us to live in a world of our own making. Go to 24. [37], Epicurus and his followers had a well-developed epistemology, which developed as a result of their rivalry with other philosophical schools. [143] Marx viewed Democritus as a rationalist skeptic, whose epistemology was inherently contradictory, but saw Epicurus as a dogmatic empiricist, whose worldview is internally consistent and practically applicable. Is he able, but not willing? Flavius Philostratus, Vita Apollonii 8.28.12. [22][22], Epicurus's teachings caused strife in Mytilene and he was forced to leave. [62] In the Letter to Herodotus and the Letter to Pythocles, Epicurus summarizes his philosophy on nature and, in the Letter to Menoeceus, he summarizes his moral teachings. That cause of his death might thereby be named: It is never God’s will that man do evil. [99] Democritus had described atoms as not only eternally moving, but also eternally flying through space, colliding, coalescing, and separating from each other as necessary. No. (Genesis 2:10-15) He also gives rain and sunshine even to unrighteous ones. A choice exists for each of us to make sense of all that exists before us. [112] The Letter to Pythocles, written by a later Epicurean, is dismissive and contemptuous towards popular religion[112] and Epicurus's devoted follower, the Roman poet Lucretius (c. 99 BC – c. 55 BC), passionately assailed popular religion in his philosophical poem On the Nature of Things. [110], Epicurus himself criticizes popular religion in both his Letter to Menoeceus and his Letter to Herodotus, but in a restrained and moderate tone. "[64] He also wrote that a single good piece of cheese could be equally pleasing as an entire feast. [54] Nonetheless, anything contrary to a person's experience can be ruled out as false. Your cheerful and positive conclusion, that “evil is eventually defeated, everywhere” is most heartening, but regretfully I do not agree with you. then is he impotent. 15. He taught that people should behave ethically not because the gods punish or reward people for their actions, but because amoral behavior will burden them with guilt and prevent them from attaining ataraxia. 7. I am not even an adept of some denomination Epicurus paradox is a paradox for antique deity, not monotheistic God Justice, Epicurus said, is an agreement neither to harm nor be harmed, and we need to have such a contract in order to enjoy fully the benefits of living together in a well-ordered society. [97], Epicurus taught that the motion of atoms is constant, eternal, and without beginning or end. Required fields are marked *. [62][66] Scholars first began attempting to unravel and decipher these scrolls in 1800, but the efforts are painstaking and are still ongoing.[62]. [138] For instance, Lucy Hutchinson (1620–1681), the first translator of Lucretius's On the Nature of Things into English, railed against Epicurus as "a lunatic dog" who formulated "ridiculous, impious, execrable doctrines". Epicurus was an ancient Greek philosopher. [140] Many thinkers with sympathies towards the Enlightenment endorsed Epicureanism as an admirable moral philosophy. Yes. Believers and agnostics ask same as that of Epicurus. Reality is a plenum, he held, a complete fullness; there can be no such thing as a vacuous region, or the void of atomism. Is he both able and willing? He also destroyed the evil inhabitants of Sodom and Gomorrah. That’s your choice. Go to 27. It prefers self-interest, dubious dealings, lies, bullying and filling its own pockets at our expense. [25] An inscription on the gate to The Garden is recorded by Seneca the Younger in epistle XXI of Epistulae morales ad Lucilium: "Stranger, here you will do well to tarry; here our highest good is pleasure. 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