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[12] Therefore their life has no need of pleasure as a sort of ornamental appendage,1 but contains its pleasure in itself. For there is the further consideration that the man who does not enjoy doing noble actions is not a good man at all: no one would call a man just if he did not like acting justly, nor liberal if he did not like doing liberal things, and similarly with the other virtues.

1 The word is especially used of an amulet hung round the neck or fastened round a limb

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