This is funny: this page has many good quotes about nudity and such. One of them:
"Only busy saints and true villains forsake activities which give them pleasure. If you regard yourself as neither, enjoy the world as your own."
... is from my novel Sugar Domino. I made it up, there is no Erasmus. I attributed it to "From "World of Erasmus" 1794"
... I see it is quoted various places on the web. One of them attributes it to Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam.
I always wanted to make a famous quote. Too bad it has to be from a fake author. :-)
Update: when I say there is no Erasmus, I didn't mean it's a made-up name. I am sure there have been many Erasmi.
I think the one that inspired me was Erasmus Montanus, which is a character in a humorous play by olden-times Danish playwright Ludvig Holberg. "Erasmus Montanus" is a latinification of "Rasmus Berg," the Danish name of a young man who has been to university and comes home full of high-flown ideas like the world is not flat, but round. He now uses that name instead. In the end he is soundly put in his place by the down-to-Earth villagers and family and takes his old name and renounces those ridiculous beliefs.