On the Dangers of Association With Ourselves

From Seneca’s wisdom to the modular theory of mind

Source: What should I do?

In his 103rd letter from a stoic, Seneca warns us about the dangers of association with our fellow-men. He cannot find words strong enough to describe the everyday dangers coming from them.

“There’s no evil more frequent, no evil more persistent, no

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Smillew Rahcuef

Smillew Rahcuef

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