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1 Cf. p. 255, note f, on 549 A. Xenophon is the typical φιλότιμος. In Mem. iii. 3. 13 he says that the Athenians “excel others in love of honor, which is the strongest incentive to deeds of honor and renown” (Marchant, Loeb tr.). Cf. Epist. 320 A, Symp. 178 D, and also Xen.Cyrop. i. 2. 1, Mem. iii. i. 10.
2 Cf. Aristot.Eth. Nic. 1095 b 16, and on 528 E.
3 Cf. Blaydes on Aristoph.Clouds 920, and Turgeniev's novel, Smoke.
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