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  • Sections like this one from Lucretius Book 2 incline me strongly toward the first of those two intrepretations: Humphries version around line 1079 Holding this knowledge, you can't help but see That nature has no tyrants over her, But always acts of her own will; she has No part of any godhead whatsoever. By all that's holy in the tranquil calm Where the gods pass serene eternal days I ask you - which of them is strong enough To rule the sum of things, to hold the reins Of absolute profundity, o…