Cicero Quote

Wars, therefore, are to be undertaken for this end, that we may live in peace, without being injured; but when we obtain the victory, we must preserve those enemies who behaved without cruelty or inhumanity during the war.


Cicero's Three books of Offices (ed. 1856)

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Wars, therefore, are to be undertaken for this end, that we may live in peace, without being injured; but when we obtain the victory, we must...

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Wars, therefore, are to be undertaken for this end, that we may live in peace, without being injured; but when we obtain the victory, we must...

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Wars, therefore, are to be undertaken for this end, that we may live in peace, without being injured; but when we obtain the victory, we must...

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Wars, therefore, are to be undertaken for this end, that we may live in peace, without being injured; but when we obtain the victory, we must...