who have committed numerous wrongs, or such as those from which they themselves
are suffering; for it seems almost an act of justice that a man should suffer a
wrong such as he had been accustomed to make others suffer; if, for instance,
one were to assault a man who was in the habit of outraging others.1
（assault） was a less serious offence than ὕβρις （wanton outrage）.
Aristotle in 23 Volumes, Vol. 22, translated by J. H. Freese. Aristotle. Cambridge and London. Harvard University Press; William Heinemann Ltd. 1926.
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