____________ 1 M. Foucault. L'usage des plaisirs.- Chap. III. 2 Epictetus. Conversations, II, IV, 2-3. 3 Ibid. However, along with this traditional feature of adultery and in spite of it, some of the arguments devoted to marriage, contain much more strict (in both senses) requirements are increasingly using the principle of symmetry between a man and a woman, justifying him the respect that nourish each other spouse a close-knit. Concerning this kind of 'saving truths', known in general terms, but in fact learned badly and therefore does not have an impact on our actions, Seneca reminds the recipient about the strict symmetry of friendly obligations and duty of conjugal fidelity:' Do you know what friendship is necessary to honor the sacred, but you do not do this. You know, and that dishonest claim of a woman of chastity, and to seduce other men's wives. You know, and that which it can not deal with a lover or with your concubine - but he did not arrive tak'1.
Van Yeats Tot Heaney: Een Eeuw Poezie
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