The Stoic approach severs need from dignity. Need itself does not have dignity; it is only contingently linked to that which has dignity. This means that we do not think of the hunger of the body, its needs for shelter, for care in time of illness, and for love, as among the ingredients in its dignity. This view subtly colours the way in which we will approach the task of giving relief to bodily need: we think of it as supporting a relatively undignified aspect of human life, in order that the dignified part should gain thereby.
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