On the Nature of Things (chapter four)

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In famous publications, On the Nature of Things (chapter four) (LH:#) refers to chapter four of Lucretius' 60BC atomic theory based On the Nature of Things.

Chapter four

Summary: explains the nature of sensation and thought, and ends with an impressive account of sexual love (Loeb, 1924).[1] Columns show original Latin, Google (Thims, 66AE), William Leonard (1916), and Ian Johnston (2020) translations:

# Latin[2] Google English (Leonard, 1916)[3] English (Johnston, 2010)[4]

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References

  1. Lucretius. (60BC). On the Nature of Things (translator: William Rouse) (Ѻ) (Amz). Loeb, 1924.
  2. Lucretius. (60BC). De Rerum Natura (WS). Publisher.
  3. Lucretius. (60BC). On the Nature of Things (translator: William Leonard) (tufts) (MIT). Dutton, 1916.
  4. Lucretius. (60BC). On the Nature of Things (translator: Ian Johnston) (txt). Vancouver, 2010.
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