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‘Examples of such things are the enmity or anger of those that have this power of doing mischief: for as it is quite clear that they desire it, it follows that it must be close at hand’. That they desire it, we know from the definitions of ὀργή and ἔχθρα: the former being an ὄρεξις τιμωρίας, the other an ἔφεσις κακοῦ, II 4. 31.

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