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An Epicurean (capitalized) is one who follows Epicureanism; an epicurean (lowercase) is one who pursues luxurious pleasures.
Epicurean or epicure may refer to:
- Epicure (gourmet), a person interested in food, sometimes with overtones of excessive refinement
- Epicureanism, a system of philosophy developed by Epicurus ca. 300 BCE
- The Epicurean, 1827 novel written by Thomas Moore
- Epicurean paradox, an argument about the problem of reconciling evil with an omnipotent deity
- Marius the Epicurean, 1885 philosophical novel written by Walter Pater
- In music
- Epicurean (album), a compilation of early work by The Orchids, released by Sarah Records in 1992
- Epicure (band), an Australian rock band
- Epicurus (341 BC – 270 BC), ancient Greek philosopher
- Ethicurean, a person who attempts to combine ethical food consumption with an interest in epicureanism
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