[350b] than before learning.But you must have seen at times, I said, persons who are without knowledge of any of these affairs, yet behaving boldly in each of them.I have, he said, and very boldly too. Then are these bold ones courageous also?Nay, that would make courage a base thing, he replied; for those you speak of are out of their senses.What then, I asked, do you mean by courageous men? Surely the same as bold men?
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