Definition of Cyrenaicism in English:

Cyrenaicism

noun

  • See Cyrenaic

    • ‘When I went to stay with him in the late spring of 1884, when Oxford was looking its loveliest, we had many long talks about Marius and the new Cyrenaicism, and on all implied in what it has become the vogue to call the new Hedonism.’
    • ‘Pater drew even more substantively from the Idea in the first two chapters of Volume II of Marius, the crucial period when Marius contemplates the basis for a broader and deeper morality than his Cyrenaicism had provided.’
    • ‘He journeys from Stoicism to Cyrenaicism to Epicureanism, and finally to Christianity.’
    • ‘Around the time of Epicurus, a number of offshoot sects of Cyrenaicism sprung up.’