by Erasmus

There was some confusion between the later stoics who held only that man should overcome his passions and the sceptics like Pyrrho who held that they should not even feel pleasure or pain. Folly is rather harsh on Seneca, although some of his somewhat rhetorical formulations could be quoted in support of her view.

Note to My Achievements And Attributes which is Part 2 of Folly Speaks from "The Praise Of Folly"

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