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‘And the conduct of their life will be directed neither to honour alone, nor to self-interest, but to both’. Compare 12. 12; 13. 9. ‘And neither to parsimony nor to profligate extravagance, but to what is fit and proper’, i.e. the mean, ἐλευθεριότης; Eth. N. II 7, 1107 b 10, IV 1, 1120 a 1, seq.

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