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Wherefore I see that I have not said enough , that this aiming after a happy life is
common to philosophers and Christians ; for I ought to say , common to all men ,
to all men whatsoever , good and bad . For both he who is good , is therefore ...
But such is the stupid pride of these men who fancy that the supreme good can
be found in this life , and that they can become happy by their own resources ,
that their wise man , or at least the man whom they fancifully depict as such , is ...
come as to abandon , forsake , flee this happy life . Or was it no longer happy ?
Then it was miserable . How , then , were these not evils which made life
miserable , and a thing to be escaped from ? And therefore those who admit that
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