Discourses I.5.1-2 - Epictetus

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If a man objects to truths that are all too evident, it is no easy task finding arguments that will change his mind. This is proof neither of his own strength nor of his teacher's weakness. When someone caught in an argument hardens to stone, there is just no more reasoning with them.

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weesin 12 months ago
The sentences are clear....there are not any issues with this quote at all; the punctuation, grammar and syntax are all sound. I'm not sure what your problem is sonukumar8969
sonukumar8969 1 year ago
sentences are not clear.

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