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The persons towards whom men feel benevolent,1 and for what reasons, and in what frame of mind, will be clear when we have defined what favor is.

1 χάρις may mean (1) benevolence, the feeling which prompts a favor; (2) an actual favor conferred; (3) gratitude.

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