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According to Lezra, Lucretius's atomistic "thinking" of the eventuation of the subject possessed of free will is culturally, philosophically and scientifically irrepressible, yet always unthinkable (or "unspeakable").
The first and most crucial distinction here is that between two sorts of occurrences, mere events and eventuations.
Eventuations, by contrast, are not parts of nature's processuality but terminating points within it.
Eventuations, so understood, are not parts of nature's processual flow, since parts of processes are always processes themselves.
Deliberations, so regarded, are seen as events--as processes that occur over open-ended intervals of time and culminate in decisions as eventuations.