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Now the formula ‘to act in conformity with right principle’ is common ground, and may be assumed as the basis of our discussion. (We shall speak about this formula later,1 and consider both the definition of right principle and its relation to the other virtues.)

1 i.e., in Bk. 6. For the sense in which ‘the right principle’ can be said to be the virtue of Prudence see 6.13.5 note.

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