On The Nature Of Things Author:Lucretius This book shows us the awareness levels the Romans and Greeks had to the outside world, such as nature, and the inner world, say the brain, and the world we live in and pass through, such as experience. The author writes in the form of poetry deep and moving subjects of the times. Philosophy was the definitive language of the day. There are disc... more »ussions on eternity, and also as the general principals of being must exist, for the good of the order, then void also exists. Memories and thought were analyzed, and the awakening to a different type of civilisation would evolve.« less
Had to put this down several tiimes to clear my head. I don't understand muich of what is written here, but it seems very organized in thought pattern, and willingly wishes it to be shared by the world.