Quotation Explorer - 'Lucretius'

What is food to one, is to others bitter poison. - Lucretius
If men saw that a term was set to their troubles, they would find strength in some way to withstand the hocus-pocus and intimidations of the prophets. - Lucretius
In De Rerum Natura, Lucretius pointed out a very central truth concerning the examined life. That is, that the man of science who concerns himself solely with science, who cannot enjoy and be enriched by art, is a misshapen man. An incomplete man. - William Styron
The falling drops at last will wear the stone. - Lucretius
To paraphrase Lucretius, there's nothing more useful than to watch a man or woman in times of contagious deadly disease peril combined with his or her assumptions of financial adversity to discern what kind of man or woman they really are. - T.K. Naliaka
Such evil deeds could religion prompt. - Lucretius
Nothing can be created from nothing. - Lucretius
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