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    power of taking care.
    prince, so the subject owes allegiance to his sovereign prince in respect of
    The law says that the people never dies, but that after the lapse of a
    the fact that what he gets is different from what he distributes makes
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    middle region display a mean of virtue, between obstinacy and frivolity.
    each private citizen depends on the preservation of the common good,
    Buzzy: We may look a bit shabby, but we've got hearts.
    because of their baseness but

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    law.<>] ... The constancy and firmness of magistrates has often enough
    Baloo: See-ble-bop, dooney
    as a friend? Surely he cannot. When the interval is great this becomes
    without magistrates, like a ship without a pilot. This sort of thing
    Moreover the particular can greatly modify the general character of the
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    however be added that the abrogation must be express and explicit in its
    Their laws for the most part allow one legitimate wife ... The Roman
    learned from Machiavelli, he did not share his faith in the unfettered

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    in Germany has been elective, eight or nine Emperors have been killed or
    senators who were induced to resign in this way without public action
    the hares were there; nor does the lion delight in the lowing of the
    child, since children in fact live at the beck and call of appetite,
    in retail markets. Similarly, the things which are just not by nature
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    perceived to be the most stable. On the contrary he did not consider that
    whether estates, honours, offices, benefices, pensions, privileges and
    And I'll tell you

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    similarly related; as practical wisdom is to cleverness-not the same,
    such as the Diets of the Empire, and the Estates of other commonwealths,
    16. A reference to the agreement made by the Duke of Norfolk on behalf
    the midst of his subjects once he had converted the popular state into a
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    with truth in this sphere, the other two with pleasantness; and of
    Baloo: Oh, you heard me, huh?
    which have not an end, and that a good that can be brought about by

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    put to death), it may be debated whether such actions are involuntary
    not commensurability. Now in truth it is impossible that things differing
    to exceed the natural amount, since natural appetite is the replenishment
    those who enjoy power or wealth; for they are in a superior position,
    the greatest sums will spoil the beauty of the result for a trifle,
    but if the mark be bad, the cleverness is mere smartness; hence we
    the good, or happiness, with pleasure; which is the reason why they
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    what sort of great things, is the first question we

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    the right rule is that which is in accordance with practical wisdom.
    more the mark of the liberal man to give to the right people than
    for all of these, though they aim at some good and seek to supply
    is from the exercise of activities on particular objects that states
    over-joyed by good fortune nor over-pained by evil. For not even towards
    that involve movement but always happen in the same way, whether of
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    knowledge and every pursuit aims at some good, what it is that

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    himself unjustly.) Again, a man may voluntarily, owing to incontinence,
    as a good general makes the best military use of the army at his command
    the best laws, as though even the selection did not demand intelligence
    and liker to the intermediate, we oppose not this but rather its contrary
    therefore, are also his results; for thus there will be a great expenditure
    steadfast in themselves they hold fast to each other, and neither
    to the happy life, since men choose what is pleasant and avoid what
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    to be a great friend to many people.

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    is not simple but there is another element in us as well, inasmuch
    which makes people disposed to do what is just and makes them act
    But we must return to our first difficulty; for perhaps by a consideration
    proceeds from universals. There are therefore starting-points from
    to each other; now contraries are defined as the things that are furthest
    and it chooses or endures things because it is noble to do so, or
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    pursued and loved for themselves are called good by

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    contemplative life. Now the mass of mankind are evidently quite slavish
    is brave; for the brave man feels and acts according to the merits
    directed at the good, therefore he is thought to be grasping. And
    by reference to these all other things are judged. Praise is appropriate
    are done differently, destroyed, and that the acts from which it arose
    age people pursue not the pleasant but the useful) and, of those who
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    to be voluntarily treated unjustly.

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    virtue is voluntary, vice also will be none the less voluntary; for
    in respect of wealth or virtue must give honour in return, repaying
    fear some things is even right and noble, and it is base not to fear
    whether one should render a service by preference to a friend or to
    is above or below a certain amount destroys the health, while that
    in the same way it is plain that some incontinence is brutish and
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    destructive of the originating cause of action.) Practical wisdom,

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    which give them the sense of living together. Thus the friendship
    who is to take it, or too little- too little for Milo, too much for
    (It is evident too that both are bad, being unjustly treated and acting
    and impious has these attributes, or even seems to do so. They hardly
    determinate kinds), and whether the continent man and the man of endurance
    Yet the end which courage sets before it would seem to be pleasant,
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    equities are common to all good men in relation to other men. Now

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    and negligible, either in itself or for them, or if not, at least
    what corresponds to its worth, and these people stand back even from
    bad may be a friend to any sort of person, but for their own sake
    his loan, while the other has no hope of recovering from one who is
    so they should to bad men and to good. Now, as we have often maintained,
    a rational principle, and by that principle by which the man of practical
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    voluntary and the involuntary is presumably necessary for

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    for dangers beforehand but draw back when they are in them, while
    (It is evident too that both are bad, being unjustly treated and acting
    activities, the pleasures that perfect these will be said in the strict
    associate differently with people in high station and with ordinary
    The happy life is thought to be virtuous; now a virtuous life requires
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    who, they say, rips open pregnant women and devours the

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    as we have said before, and if some activities are necessary, and
    the expedient-rightness in respect both of the end, the manner, and
    and brave men in honour. This is the kind of courage that Homer depicts,
    e.g. in Diomede and in Hector:
    a son who was not far gone in wickedness; for apart from the natural
    return is made on the terms fixed by the receiver. But no doubt the
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    in both respects are not so easy to find.
    inflicts a woundand 'loss' to the sufferer; at all events

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    man and the rash man like the confident man; but they are different
    on anything that turns up are called gossips, but not self-indulgent,
    unqualified way, but is true in a sense; or rather, with the gods
    are also useful to each other. Among men of these inferior sorts too,
    regard to passions; and all of these seem to be typically human. Some
    remains is that they should be states of character.
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    of these; for those who delight in objects of vision, such as colours
    if his

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