James Warren is Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Corpus Christi College. He is currently completing a book on the moral psychology of regret in ancient philosophy, to be published by Oxford University Press.
Books by James Warren
Interviews with James Warren
Lives of the Eminent Philosophers
Diogenes Laertius (ed. James Miller, trans. Pamela Mensch)
On the Nature of the Universe
Lucretius (trans. Ronald Melville)
The Library of the Villa Dei Papiri at Herculaneum
by David Sider
by Tim O'Keefe
The Morality of Happiness
by Julia Annas
For most of us, an Epicurean means someone devoted to pleasure and enjoying themselves. But the real Epicureans had a very different philosophy of how to live. Cambridge University professor James Warren talks us through the philosophy of Epicurus and explains how it’s still relevant today—particularly when it comes to facing death.