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[4] Furthermore, he himself never neglected the body, and reproved such neglect in others. Thus over-eating followed by over-exertion he disapproved. But he approved of taking as much hard exercise as is agreeable to the soul;1 for the habit not only insured good health, but did not hamper the care of the soul.

1 Cyropaedia I. vi. 17.

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