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ἔστω] See note on I 5. 3, 6. 2, &c. ‘Let it be assumed then (as sufficient for our purpose) that the process or growth of this even and indifferent state of mind is a subsiding or settling down, and a process tending to rest (a quieting process) of the motion (i.e. excitement, ferment, ebullition) of anger’. “In V. Nat. Ausc. [φυσικῆς ἀκροάσεως, E p. 230 a 4,] (32, ἡ γὰρ εἰς αὐτὸ κίνησις ἐν ᾧ ἕστηκεν, ἠρέμησις μᾶλλόν ἐστιν) valet Aristoteli ἠρέμησις, via progressusque ad quietem”. Victorius.
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