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" For verily not by design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place by keen intelligence, nor did they bargain sooth to say what motions each should assume, but because the first-beginnings of things many in number in... "
The History of Materialism and Criticism of Its Present Importance ... - Page 139
by Friedrich Albert Lange, Ernest Chester Thomas - 1879
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T. Lucreti Cari De rerum natura libri sex, Volume 2

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1866
...verily not by design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place by keen-sighted intelligence, nor did they bargain...to say what motions each should assume, but because the first-beginnings of things many in number in many ways impelled by blows for infinite ages back...
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Creeds of the day; or, Collated opinions of reputable thinkers, 3 ..., Volume 1

Henry Coke - 1883
...extravagant praise the system of Epilcuros. He repudiates intelligence as the beginning of things. Atoms " are driven and tormented by blows during infinite time past ; after trying motions of every kind, at length they fall into arrangements such as those out of which this our sum of things...
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Titus Lucretius Carus - 1891
...design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place guided by keen intelligence, nor did they bargain sooth to say what...trying motions and unions of every kind at length Jihey fall into arrangements such as those out of which this our sum of things has been formed, and...
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A Study of Religion, Its Sources and Contents, Volume 2

James Martineau - Religion - 1900
...verily not by design did the first beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place by keensighted intelligence, nor did they bargain,...say, what motions each should assume ; but because the first beginnings of things, many in number, in many ways impelled by blows for infinite ages back,...
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T. Lucreti Cari De rerum natura libri sex: wtih notes and a translation by H ...

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1900 - 183 pages
...not by design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place by keen intelligence, nor did they bargain sooth to say what motions each should assume, but because the first-beginnings of things many in number in many ways impelled by blows for infinite ages back...
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T. Lucreti Cari De rerum natura libri sex, Volume 3

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1903
...design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place guided by keen intelligence, nor did they bargain sooth to say what...and unions of every kind at length they fall into ^vo ' 1027 — 1068 I 25 arrangements such as those out of which this our sum of things J has been...
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De Rerum Natura: Libri Sex

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1903 - 183 pages
...not by design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place by keen intelligence, nor did they bargain sooth to say what motions each should assume, but because the first-beginnings of things many in number in many ways impelled by blows for infinite ages back...
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The Approach to Philosophy

Ralph Barton Perry - Philosophy - 1905 - 448 pages
...design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place guided by keen intelligence, nor did they bargain sooth to say what...fall into arrangements such as those out of which our sum of things has been formed, and by which too it is preserved through many great years, when...
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Source Book in Ancient Philosophy

Charles Montague Bakewell - Philosophy, Ancient - 1907 - 395 pages
...not by design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place by keen intelligence, nor did they bargain sooth to say what motions each should assume, but because the first-beginnings of things, many in number in many ways impelled by blows for infinite ages back...
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Lucretius on the Nature of Things

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1908 - 267 pages
...not by design did the first-beginnings of things station themselves each in its right place by keen intelligence, nor did they bargain sooth to say what motions each should assume, but because the first-beginnings of things many in number in many ways impelled by blows for infinite ages back...
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