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De Rerum Natura

Titus Lucretius Carus (c. 99 BC - 55 BC)

1. 01 - Liber primus, pars prima
2. 02 - Liber primus, pars secunda
3. 03 - Liber primus, pars tertia
4. 04 - Liber secundus, pars prima
5. 05 - Liber secundus, pars secunda
6. 06 - Liber secundus, pars tertia
7. 07- Liber tertius, pars prima
8. 08 - Liber tertius, pars secunda
9. 09 - Liber tertius, pars tertia
10. 10 - Liber quartus, pars prima
11. 11 - Liber quartus, pars secunda
12. 12 - Liber quartus, pars tertia
13. 13 - Liber quintus, pars prima
14. 14 - Liber quintus, pars secunda
15. 15 - Liber quintus, pars tertia
16. 16 - Liber sextus, pars prima
17. 17 - Liber sextus, pars secunda
18. 18 - Liber sextus, pars tertia

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Summary

An exposition of Epicurus atomic theory and the ethical tenets based upon it. Drawing upon this materialist philosophy, Lucretius cites the fear of death as the cause of man's ills, and shows the way to freedom from that fear.