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[159d] of the body, are not nimble and quick movements accounted honorable, while sluggish and quiet ones are deemed disgraceful?


So we find, I said, that in the body, at least, it is not quietness, but the greatest quickness and nimbleness that is most honorable, do we not?


And temperance was an honorable thing?


Then in the body, at least, it is not quietness but quickness that will be the more temperate thing, since temperance is honorable.

So it seems, he said.

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