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He, who has committed a fault, is to be corrected both by advice and by force, kindly and harshly, and to be made better for himself as well as for another, not without chastisement, but without passion. SENECA–De Ira. I. 14. 13 Maxima est factae injuriae pana, fecisse: nec quisquam gravius adficitur, quam qui ad supplicium poenitentiae traditur. The severest punishment a man can receive who has injured another, is to have committed the injury; and no man is more severely punished than he who is subject to the whip of his own repentance. SENECA–De Ira. III. 26.

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