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[5] Nor yet does Temperance apply to enjoyment of the sense of smell, unless accidentally1; we do not call those who are fond of the scent of fruit or robes or incense profligate, though we may be inclined so to style those who love perfumes and the smell of savory dishes, for the profligate take pleasure in these odors because they remind them of the objects of their desires.

1 i.e., by association.

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