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Title: A response to Epictetus

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Subject: Philosophy
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Date: August 30, 2007
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Foremost, Epictetus would argue that it is better to not love at all because of his committed view of desire. Epictetus believes that desire should be eliminated completely, and this attitude toward desire is based on three principles. Firstly, even though what we desire is up to us, whether or not we succeed in getting what we desire is not up to us...

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Foremost, Epictetus would argue that it is better to not love at all because of his committed view of desire. Epictetus believes that desire should be eliminated completely, and this attitude toward desire is based on three principles. Firstly, even though what we desire is up to us, whether or not we succeed in getting what we desire is not up to us...

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