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[10] I refer to moral virtue,1 for this is concerned with emotions and actions, in which one can have excess or deficiency or a due mean. For example, one can be frightened or bold, feel desire or anger or pity, and experience pleasure and pain in general, either too much or too little, and in both cases wrongly;

1 The formula of the mean does not apply to the intellectual virtues.

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