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LUCRETIUS: On the Nature of Things [Book IV]

Book IV

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LUCRETIUS: On the Nature of Things [Book III]

Book III

  • “In the third book, he describes the nature of the mind and the soul, commencing with a eulogy on Epicurus, who taught that the world was formed, not by any divine power, but from a fortuitous concourse of atoms, and who succeeded, beyond any other philosopher, in relieving the minds of men from the fear of the gods, of death, and of torments after death. Continue reading LUCRETIUS: On the Nature of Things [Book III]