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‘Sympathy or compassion calms angry feeling; and if the offence (which has aroused their indignation) has been visited by a heavier punishment than those who are thus angry would themselves have inflicted (their anger is appeased); for they think they have received a sort of (ὥσπερ) satisfaction (for the injury)’, or ‘exacted as it were a penalty (for the offence)’.
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