[359d] towards what, according to you, are the brave impetuous? Dreadful things, in the belief that they are dreadful, or towards what is not dreadful?No, he said; the former has just been shown, by the arguments you put forward, to be impossible.Quite true again, I said; so that if this proof was correct, no one goes to meet what he regards as dreadful, since to be overcome by oneself was found to be ignorance.He admitted this.And yet all men go also to meet what they can face boldly, whether cowardly or brave, and in this respect cowardly and brave
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