58 - Reaping the Harvest: Lucretius
Lucretius’ poem On the Nature of Things sets Epicureanism into verse. Peter takes a look at its treatment of the soul, free will and the swerve and human society.
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• K.A. Algra et al. (eds), Lucretius and his Intellectual Background (Amsterdam: 1997).
• D. Clay, Lucretius and Epicurus (Ithaca: 1983)
• D.J. Furley, “Lucretius and the Stoics” and “Lucretius the Epicurean: on the history of man,” both in Furley, Cosmic Problems (Cambridge: 1989).
• T. O’Keefe, Epicurus on Freedom (Cambridge: 2005).
• D. Sedley, Lucretius and the Transformation of Greek Wisdom (Cambridge: 1998).
• M.F. Smith, Lucretius: On the Nature of Things (Indianapolis: 2001).