I always said that there were gods on high,To be sure he proceeds to give the reason for his opinion in succeeding lines, but there is no need to repeat them. Enough has been shown to make it clear that your Stoic friends assume as certain what is the subject of doubt and discussion.
And this I never will neglect to say;
But my opinion is they do not care
What destiny befalls the human race.
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1 In his Telamon. The succeeding line is quoted in Cic. N.D. iii. 32. 79 nam si curent, bene bonis sit, male malis; quod nunc abest.
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