The seminal Epicurean text, in a brilliant new translation
The Epicureans of ancient Rome discarded the ideas of life after death and of an interventionist God in favor of the tactile pleasures of nature. In "The Nature of Things," Lucretius celebrates with wit and sharp perception the extraordinary breadth of the Epicurean belief system, ranging from the indestructibility of atoms and the discovery of fire to the folly of romantic love and the phenomena of clouds and rainstorms.
Collana: Penguin Classics
Dimensioni: 7.50 x 5.00 x 0.75 inch.
Pagine Arabe: 265