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II, 640. Lange refers in this context to Gustav Fechner's Atomenlehre, Leipzig, 1864. " . . " GdM, 365-367. Danto, op. , 209. Eternal Recurrence "consist o f particles o f a t h i r d . . o r d e r . " 27 39 I n another place, attention is called t o C a u c h y ' s innovative speculation that the atom should be construed as comprised o f even smaller Unteratomen ("sub-atoms"). 28 T h e r e are other occasional references t o early, rudimentary formulations o f a theory o f sub atomic particles that are invariably associated with a theoretical shift from mechanistic t o dynamic physical theories.
Of the absolute infinity of the universe... [and] of the finite and 3 Lange, GdM, 53. " Eternal Recurrence 28 everywhere constant number of the elements, whose possible combinations must also be finite. 6 T h i s formulation is certainly compatible with Lucretius' theory and is obvi ously reminiscent o f some o f Nietzsche's various attempts to formulate his idea o f the eternal recurrence o f the same. H o w e v e r , as w e shall see, N i e t z s c h e substitutes the concept o f Kraft ("force") or Kraftcentren ("force-centers") for the vague "elements" referred to in Blanqui's statement o f the astronomical t h e o r y .
A l t h o u g h this possible link between Schopenhauer's metaphysical specula tions about the infinity o f time and the recurrence o f what has already happened and the Nietzschean idea o f eternal recurrence is fairly w e l l - k n o w n , n o o n e , as far as I k n o w , has ever called attention to the fact that very similar notions can also be found in Lange's critical history o f materialism. I n sequential order the first allusion t o a cosmic repetition o f events is mentioned in the c o n t e x t o f discussing the views o f Lucretius in De rerum natura.
Lange and Nietzsche (Monographien Und Texte Zur Nietzsche-Forschung) by George J. Stack