My disciples, if I have any, are those who are against me.
In "Seven Letters to a Young Philosopher" (1945). Agostinho da Silva (1906–1994) was a Portuguese philosopher, essayist and writer. His thought combines elements of pantheism and millenarism, an ethic of renunciation (like in Buddhism or Franciscanism), and a belief in freedom as the most important feature of man.
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