Lucretius

(c. 99-55 BC) Roman poet and Epicurean philosopher. His De Rerum natura/On the Nature of The Universe, a didactic poem in six books, envisaged the whole universe as a combination of atoms, and had some concept of...
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Lucretius

[n] - Roman philosopher and poet
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Lucretius

Titus Lucretius Carus noun Roman philosopher and poet; in a long didactic poem he tried to provide a scientific explanation of the universe (96-55 BC)
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Lucretius

(c.99-55 BC) Roman poet (Titus Lucretius Carus) who, in his De Rerum Natura ('On the Nature of Things')1 combined elegant Latin verse with the philosophy of Epicurus and that of the early atomists, Leucippus and Democritus, to explain his ideas, inclu...
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Lucretius

[crater] Lucretius is an impact crater on the far side of the Moon. It is located to the southeast of the huge walled plain Hertzsprung, within the outer skirt of ejecta that surrounds that impact feature. To the southwest of Lucretius lies Fridman. This crater is a relatively fresh impact, as the formation is well-defined and the rim and i...
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Lucretius

Lucretius (Titus Lucretius Carus) (lOOkrē'shus) , c.99 B.C.–c.55 B.C., Roman poet and philosopher. Little is known about his life. A chronicle of St. Jerome speaks of the loss of his reason through taking a love potion. It states that in sane intervals he had written books that were ...
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Lucretius

Roman poet and author; wrote On the Nature of the Universe on the philosophy of Epicureanism; lived 98 55 BCE.
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Lucretius

Roman poet and Epicurean philosopher. His De Rerum natura/On the Nature of The Universe, a didactic poem in six books, envisaged the whole universe as a combination of atoms, and had some concept of evolutionary theory. According to Lucretius, animals were complex but initially quite fortuitous clusters of atoms, only certain...
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