Epicurean atheism

In hmolscience, Epicurean atheism, aka Epicureanism, is belief system, devoid of belief in god, buy instead based on the atomic theory centric teachings of Epicurus, generally the belief that all that exists is atoms moving in a void, whereby god is replaced by chance, free will is allowed per belief that atoms of the soul have a special swerving property called “clinamen” (Ѻ), and wherein purpose is aimed at satisfying pleasures while avoiding pain, generally speaking. I1]

See also
Atheism terminology
Atheism types by denial and belief
Atheism types

1. (a) Spizelius, Theophilus. (1666). Radical Atheism (1666) (Ѻ)(Ѻ). Publisher.
(b) Kors, Alan C. (2014). Atheism in France, 1650-1729, Volume I: the Orthodox Sources of Disbelief (pg. 162). Princeton University Press.

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