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‘And secondly, such as chance (have the luck) to be good and worthy men, because they both decide aright, and hate all injustice’. They have both the faculty and the feeling necessary for the occasion; the intellectual faculty of discernment, and the hatred of all that is wrong, which are both essential to the excitement of righteous indignation. On σπουδαῖος and its opposite φαῦλος, see note on I 5. 8.

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