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" ... nature. Now mark and I will explain by what motion the begetting, bodies of matter do beget different things and after they are begotten again break them up, and by what force they are compelled so to do and what velocity is given to them for travelling... "
T. Lucreti Cari De rerum natura libri sex: wtih notes and a translation by H ... - Page 30
by Titus Lucretius Carus - 1900 - 183 pages
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T. Lucreti Cari De rerum natura libri sex, Volume 2

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1866
...that_e very thing wanes and jgerceive that all things ebb as it were by length jrfjjme aBd-^febat-age withdraws them from our sight, though yet the sum...life. If you think that first-beginnings of things can stop and by stopping give birth to new motions of things, you wander far astray from the path of true...
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Lucretius

William Hurrell Mallock - 1878 - 172 pages
...For verily in movement all things about us are, perpetually wearing away, perpetually re-begotten. Some nations wax, others wane, and in a brief space...changed, and, like runners, hand over the lamp of life. Here Lucretius goes on to explain more in detail the everlasting motion of the atoms, the way they...
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Lucretius

William Hurrell Mallock - 1883 - 172 pages
...void. For verily in movement all things about us are perpetually wearing away, perpetually re-begotten. Some nations wax, others wane, and in a brief space...things are changed, and, like runners, hand over the tamp of life. Here Lucretius goes on to explain more in detail the everlasting motion of the atoms,...
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T. Lucreti Cari De rerum natura libri sex, Volume 3

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1903
...for travelling through Ct_ ^ the great void : do you mind to give heed to my words. For verily j ^ matter does not cohere inseparably massed together,...runners hand over the lamp of life. If you think that first-begingings of things can lag and by lagging give birth to new motions of things, you wander far...
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Source Book in Ancient Philosophy

Charles Montague Bakewell - Philosophy, Ancient - 1907 - 395 pages
...that for the body's nature few things are needed at all, such and such only as take away pain. * For 3 even as children are flurried and dread all things...changed and like runners hand over the lamp of life. *** But 4 some in opposition to this, ignorant of matter, believe that nature cannot without the providence...
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Source Book in Ancient Philosophy

Charles Montague Bakewell - Philosophy, Ancient - 1907 - 395 pages
...sum is seen to remain unimpaired by reason that the bodies which Munro's translation, pp. 29-30. quit each thing, lessen the things from which they...changed and like runners hand over the lamp of life. *** But * some in opposition to this, ignorant of matter, believe that nature cannot without the providence...
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The Classical Moralists: Selections Illustrating Ethics from Socrates to ...

Benjamin Rand - Ethics - 1909 - 797 pages
...Nature of Things, translated by HAJ Munro, London, 1864 ; '86. glitters with gold nor do the panelled and gilded roofs reecho to the harp, what time, though...changed and like runners hand over the lamp of life. • ••••••••••• But some in opposition to this, ignorant of matter, believe that...
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Story of Philosophy

Will Durant - Biography & Autobiography - 1961 - 412 pages
...nature brought their kind to extinction.6 Nations, too, like individuals, slowly grow and surely die: "some nations wax, others wane, and in a brief space...changed, and like runners hand over the lamp of life." In the face of warfare and inevitable death, there is no wisdom but in ataraxia, — "to look on all...
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The Story of Philosophy

Will Durant - Biography & Autobiography - 1991 - 543 pages
...nature brought their kind to extinction.3 Nations, too, like individuals, slowly grow and surely die: "some nations wax, others wane, and in a brief space...changed, and like runners hand over the lamp of life." In the face of warfare and inevitable death, there is no wisdom but in ataraxia, — "to look on all...
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