De Rerum Natura

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

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. (Summary by bropops4)

Genre(s): Poetry, Science, Ancient

Language: Latin

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Play 01 01 - Liber primus, pars prima Malone
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Play 02 02 - Liber primus, pars secunda Malone
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Play 03 03 - Liber primus, pars tertia Malone
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Play 04 04 - Liber secundus, pars prima Malone
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Play 05 05 - Liber secundus, pars secunda Malone
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Play 06 06 - Liber secundus, pars tertia Malone
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Play 07 07- Liber tertius, pars prima Malone
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Play 08 08 - Liber tertius, pars secunda Malone
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Play 09 09 - Liber tertius, pars tertia Malone
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Play 10 10 - Liber quartus, pars prima Malone
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Play 11 11 - Liber quartus, pars secunda Malone
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Play 12 12 - Liber quartus, pars tertia Malone
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Play 13 13 - Liber quintus, pars prima Malone
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Play 14 14 - Liber quintus, pars secunda Malone
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Play 15 15 - Liber quintus, pars tertia Malone
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Play 16 16 - Liber sextus, pars prima Malone
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Play 17 17 - Liber sextus, pars secunda Malone
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Play 18 18 - Liber sextus, pars tertia Malone
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