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[7] The means whereby he may appear sensible and good1 must be inferred from the classification of the virtues;2 for to make himself appear such he would employ the same means as he would in the case of others. We must now speak of goodwill and friendship in our discussion of the emotions.

1 See previous note.

2 Book 1.9.

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