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Do we call the man who possesses only nautical science, whether or not he suffers from sea-sickness, a good commander on a ship—or what?Megillus
By no means good, if along with his skill he suffers in the way you say.Athenian
And how about the army commander? Is a man fit for command, provided that he has military science, even though he be a coward and sea-sick with a kind of tipsy terror when danger comes?Megillus
And suppose he has no military skill, besides being a coward?Megillus
You are describing an utterly worthless fellow, not a commander of men at all, but of the most womanish of women.
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