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of the rational part, gentleness and courage of the passionate, of the appetitive sobriety of mind and self-control, and of the spirit as a whole righteousness, liberality and, great-spiritedness; [4] while badness of the rational part is folly, of the passionate ill-temper and cowardice, of the appetitive profligacy and

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