Seneca the Younger Quote

I do not trust my eyes to tell me what a man is: I have a better and more trustworthy light by which I can distinguish what is true from what is false: let the mind find out what is good for the mind.


De Vita Beata (On the Happy Life): cap. 2, line 2 - Moral Essays

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