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When Is Something Common Property?

This Seneca quote tells us that what’s true and “of great merit” is the property of all humankind.

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Today marks day 20 of my 30-day challenge to write a piece on a different quote from Seneca’s “Letters from a Stoic” for 30 consecutive days.

I’ve been pondering a simple question today: Who’s…

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