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Epicurus and His Life Objective
Numerous psychologists argue that two sorts of pleasures exist: consummatory, which is a "pleasure derived from satisfaction of desire; satiation" and appetitive which is a "pleasure derived from the pursuit of pleasure; anticipation" It is difficult to live a life without any pleasure and according to Epicureanism, one should pursue pleasures that have high quality, which last the longest, and make this their goal in life. Along with the Epicureans, I believe that it is natural for humans to prioritize their search for the pleasant life, which includes needs that are natural and necessary such as food and shelter as well as natural needs that are not necessary like sexual indulgence. Their philosophy does not comprise of needs that are both unnatural and unnecessary such as wealth and extreme luxury because they believe that by giving in to these kinds of pleasures, failure, illness and disappointment are inevitable in one's life.…
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