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‘If then anger is roused by slight, and slight is voluntary (i. e. intentional), it plainly follows that to those who do none of these things (the various kinds of ὀλιγωρία enumerated in this last chapter) or do it unintentionally, or have that appearance (though they may in reality have intended a slight), men are calm (quiet, placable, take no offence)’.

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