Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Paros” in book 2, section 1223a of Aristotle, Eudemian Ethics:
...d, and what is forced and everything that people do or suffer under necessity is painful, as indeed Evenus says: For all necessity doth cause distress— Evenus of Paros = Theog. 472 so that if a thing is painful it is forced and if a thing is forced it is painful; but everything contrary to desire is painful (for desire is for what is pleasant), so...
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