Do an argument diagram for Lucretius' On the Nature of the Universe, Book 1.
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1. Argument 1: No third constituent in the aggregate of things (440-449, a necessary preamble)
(1) If something exists as a separate entity, then it must either act upon other things or be acted upon, or it must be the sort of entity in which other things can happen and exist. [Hypothesis]...
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