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Epictetus, Discourses (ed. Thomas Wentworth Higginson), book 2 (search)
e, you see any one pale with anxiety, just as the physician pronounces from the complexion that such a patient is disordered in the spleen, and another in the liver, so do you likewise say, this man is disordered in his desires and aversions; he cannot walk steadily; he is in a fever. 70r nothing else changes the complexion, or causes trembling, or sets the teeth chattering. He crouching walks, or squats upon his heels. Homer, Iliad, xiii. 281. - H. Therefore Zeno,Antigonus Gonatas, king of Macedon, had so great an esteem for Zeno, that he often took a journey to Athens to visit him, and endeavored, by magnificent promises, to allure him to his court, but without success. He gave it as a reason for the distinguished regard which he paid him, that, though he had made him many and very considerable offers, Zeno never appeared either mean or insolent. - C. when he was to meet Antigonus, felt no anxiety. For over that which he prized, Antigonus had no power; and those things over which he