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PostPosted: Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:08 am 
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I'm trying to track an alleged Seneca quote from a 17th century author writing in Latin. He attributes to Seneca the quote "Nam homo cum errat, humanitus errat, errorem autem in homine calumniari, est ipsi mortaliti convicium facere" (Whenever a man errs, humanity errs, but to wrongly accuse someone of an error is to injure mankind.) . Grateful for any illumination.


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