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[8] The rash man is generally thought to be an impostor, who pretends to courage which he does not possess; at least, he wishes to appear to feel towards fearful things as the courageous man actually does feel, and therefore he imitates him in the things in which he can.1

1 i.e., ἐν τοῖς θαρραλέοις, in situations not really formidable.

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