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[14] Concerning virtue and vice in general and their separate parts, enough has been said for the moment. To discern the rest1 presents no difficulty; for it is evident that whatever produces virtue, as it tends to it, must be noble, and so also must be what comes from virtue; for such are its signs and works.

1 i.e. the causes and results of virtue (Cope); or, the noble and the disgraceful (Jebb).

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