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  • (Quote from Cassius) While listening to both of those statements I thought they were spot on. So just for the record, Also the roach analogy is a good one. If your house is infested, pain. After getting rid of the roaches, pleasure. Once you're used to the roaches being gone, you now jump to the analogy of Chrysippus' hand. It's just not something that you notice, because it's as it should be. If you only focus on the roaches, after the initial pleasure passes you'll become neurotic by focusing …
  • That sounds good to me, too. I was going to say that "ataraxia is one type of pleasure," but class and species is more precise.