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was a Roman philosopher, statesman and dramatist (4 BC−AD 65), didn't get on with Caligula, famous for the saying To Err Is Human, regarded as the first great western thinker on the complex nature and role of gratitude in human relationships, was tutor and advisor to emperor Nero, may or may not have been involved in a plot to kill Nero, was forced to commit suicide for alleged complicity in the conspiracy to assassinate Nero
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