Some, in order to avoid superstition, have fallen into the wildest and most obstinate atheism, and trampled upon that piety which lies between either extreme. Plut.
Wherefore bidding farewel to the honours of the multitude, and having my eye upon truth, I will really endeavour, as far as I am able, to live in the best manner I can, and when I die, to die so. Plato.
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