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The Philosophic Poem of the Ages!

Titus Lucretius Carus committed the philosophy of Epicurus to poem form in approximately 55 BC, and by its survival through the Dark Ages this work transmitted to an awakening world the knowledge of the atom! But power of the atom only begins with physics - through this poem you will learn of a way of life rarely considered possible, and even more rarely experienced - but a way that is open to you even today!

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H.A.J. Munro, Translator

H.A.J. Munro, a Scottish-born professor at Cambridge University, produced the first modern English masterpiece of Lucretius in 1860. Many of his formulations remain the classic standard in Lucretian studies.

Cyril Bailey, Translator

Cyril Bailey (1871-1957) was a British classical scholar at Balliol College, Oxford. Bailey's edition of Lucretius is the most up-to-date edition available in the public domain.

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Happy is he who has discovered the causes of things, and has cast beneath his feet all fears, unavoidable Fate, and the roar of the devouring Underworld! - Virgil

Ideas

Table of Ideas

Click here for an Introduction and Table of Ideas found in “On The Nature of Things”

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Versions

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