in logic, property of a statement whose truth allows one to conclude the truth of another given statement
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Sufficiency is the quality of being equal to a proposed end or adequate to satisfy wants.
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- He who understands the limits of life knows how easy it is to procure enough to remove the pain of want and make the whole life complete and perfect. Hence he has no longer any need of things which are not to be won save by labor and conflict.
- Epicurus, “Principal Doctrines,” 21