In his essay, "Of the Education of Children," Montaigne, having alluded to the plagiarisms of Chrysippus writes: "To reprove mine own faults in others seems to me no more insufferable than to reprehend (as I often do) those of others in myself. They ought to be accused everywhere and have all places of sanctuary taken from them.
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