Cressida is known to have a wild side, and the week-long vacation in the Caribbean was a hedonistic affair.
Where does the quest for beauty and hedonistic impulses begin and end?
Vibe has Terry Richardson, a terrific photographer but one more normally associated with hedonistic shots of naked babes.
He prioritized spiritual values and humanistic principles above market forces and hedonistic impulses.
To seize the day could be construed as a stoic, moral or hedonistic call, though not usually a sentimental one.
The natural-rights preconception begins to fall away as soon as the hedonistic mechanics have been seriously tampered with.
Also the previous reflection on hedonistic method for Book ii.
hedonistic ethics have always had to struggle against the moral sense of mankind.
Thus all the requirements of the hedonistic calculus are satisfied!
And as I have no use for whisky, as merely an agreeable beverage, I have struck whisky out of my hedonistic scheme of existence.
1822, in reference to the Cyrenaic school of philosophy that deals with the ethics of pleasure, from Greek hedonikos "pleasurable," from hedone "pleasure," related to hedys "sweet," cognate with Latin suavis (see sweet). A hedonist is properly the follower of any ethical system in which some sort of pleasure ranks as the highest good. The Epicurian identifies this pleasure with the practice of virtue.