First Principles: Virtue Runs No Risk of Becoming Contemptible By Being Exposed To View, and It Is Better To Be Despised For Simplicity Than To Be Tormented By Continual Hyprocisy

“Virtue runs no risk of becoming contemptible by being exposed to view, and it is better to be despised for simplicity than to be tormented by continual hypocrisy.” – Roman statesman Lucius Annaeus Seneca (4 BC-AD 65)

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