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DRNDirection du Réseau National (French: Direction of the National Network)
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DRNDorsal Raphe Nucleus
DRNDe Rerum Natura (Latin: On the Nature of Things)
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DRNDeus Recipe Nos (Latin: God Accept Us; epigraphy)
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DRNDual Recovery Network (various locations)
DRNDragonfly Recording Network
DRNDescartes Rando Nature (French: Descartes Nature Hike)
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DRNData Representation Notation
DRNDocument Release Notice
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DRNDrone Radio Navigation Equipment
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Specifically, the book argues that William Blake, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and Percy Shelley return to Lucretius, and the atomistic materialism of De Rerum Natura, as a consciously anachronistic tactic to disrupt and unsettle the scientific discourses of the day.
A key point in Nature's God is that American deism was energized in large part by Lucretius's famous philosophical poem, De rerum natura ("On the Nature of Things," sometimes referred to simply as "Lucretius").
Roque, PhD., Garcia assumed authorship of her husband's 'De Rerum Natura' science column after his death in 2002.
De rerum natura, a didactic poem, his only surviving work, in its first part is designed to take away fear of the gods.
The De Rerum Natura room on the second floor explores the brand's relationship with flora and fauna and is
Additionally, we shall see that Manilius' polemic allusions to Lucretius' De Rerum Natura suggest that the concept was intensely debated in the Post-Hellenistic philosophical circles.
they needed help, but nobody took care of them." Books that went up in flames in the blaze included the first printed edition of Telesio's great work 'De rerum natura iuxta propria principia' (On the Nature of Things according to their Own Principles).
As an architect concerned with firmitas, Vitruvius shows interest in Lucretius, whose influence on Vitruvius is well attested; (6) however, De rerum natura makes an odd bedfellow for an architect working and writing in the Augustan Age.