), a philosopher, and most probably a disciple of Epicurus, who is mentioned several times and condemned by Cicero as making the chief good of man to consist in an union of virtue (honestas
) and bodily pleasure (ἡδονή
), or, as Cicero says, in the union of the man with the beast. (Cic. de Fin.
2.6, 11, 4.18, 5.8, 25, de Off.
3.33, Tusc. v.
30, 31; Clem. Alex. Strong.