In a word,
they are not ashamed either before those whose opinion in regard to the truth
they greatly despise—for instance, no one feels shame before children
or animals—or of the same things before those who are known to them
and those who are not; before the former, they are ashamed of things that appear
really disgraceful, before strangers, of those which are only condemned by
Aristotle in 23 Volumes, Vol. 22, translated by J. H. Freese. Aristotle. Cambridge and London. Harvard University Press; William Heinemann Ltd. 1926.
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