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"Finding to his delight that life was still bearable he now...had nothing to fear" (p. x).

"'That to Philosophize is to Learn to Die'...'it is philosophy that teaches us to live'" (p. xiii) [There were years of personal development between these two statements.]

"That's a shoemaker who can make big shoes for a small foot. They would have had him whipped in Sparta for professing a deceitful and lying art" (p. 221)

"But although they are equally vices, they are not equal vices" (p. 244).

"In my opinion he is wrong who thinks/ That an authority by power attained / Is more secure than that by friendship gained" (Terence, p. 281).

"A father is very miserable who holds his children's affection by the need they have of his help - if that is to be called affection" (p. 281).

"For each one feels his power and his needs" (p. 334).

"lying is...

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