The intellect can liberate a person; the less of an intellectual life one has, the less liberated one is.
If you wish to do no evil then there is not a single good deed which you cannot do.
A wise person lives in accordance with his desires, because he wants only that which is attainable. Such a person is free.
Diogenes said, “A wise man becomes free when he is ready to die at any moment.” He wrote to the Persian king, “You cannot enslave truly free people, just as you cannot enslave a fish. You may capture them, but you cannot force them to serve; they prefer to die as captives. So, what would it profit you to imprison them?” This is speech of a really free man, a man who recognizes his own freedom.
We have created a way which is contrary to mankind’s moral and physical nature, and yet we want to be free while living this kind of life.
Freedom cannot be achieved by looking for it, but in looking for truth. Freedom should not be a purpose, but a consequence.
Freedom cannot be granted to you by others. Each person can liberate only himself.