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This type of courage most closely resembles the one described before, because it is prompted by a virtue, namely the sense of shame,1 and by the desire for something noble, namely honor, and the wish to avoid the disgrace of being reproached.

1 For this emotion see 2.7.14, 4.9.1, where it is said not to be, strictly speaking, a virtue.

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