De rerum natura latin dererunnatura on the nature of things is a first century bc didactic poem by the roman poet and philosopher lucretius c 99 bc c 55 bc with the goal of explaining epicurean philosophy to a roman audience the poem written in some 7400 dactylic hexameters is divided into six untitled books and explores epicurean physics through poetic . The discovery of ethical intelligence unveiled the drivers of human behavior and widened the possibilities of individuals to manage their own future ethical intelligence defines. The nature of political ideology in the contemporary electorate shawn treier d sunshine hillygus abstract given the increasingly polarized nature of american poli tics renewed attention has been focused on the ideological nature of the mass public using bayesian item response theory irt we examine. The paradigm shift in science based on the unicist theory and sustained by the unicist epistemology allows dealing with the nature of things which allows simplifying the building and management of complex adaptive systems and dealing with complex adaptive environments it implies a conceptual approach to reality
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