Chapter 25 How Much Fortune Can Do in Human Affairs and How It May Be Opposed


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IT IS NOT UNKNOWN to me how many have been and are of opinion that worldly events are so governed by fortune and by God, that men cannot by their prudence change them, and that on the contrary there is no remedy whatever, and for this they may judge it to be useless to toil much about them, but let things be ruled by chance.