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ἀπάθ-εια [πα^], ,
A.impassibility, of things, opp. πάθος, Arist.Ph.217b26, Metaph.1046a13: pl., opp. πάθη, Epicur.Ep.1p.25U., S.E.M.10.224.
II. of persons, insensibility, apathy, Arist.EN1104b24, de An.429a29; “. τῶν κακῶνinsensibility to . ., Thphr.HP9.15.1; “. περί τιArist.APo.97b23, Rh.1383b16.
2. as Stoic term, freedom from emotion, Dionys.Stoic.3.35, cf. Arr.Epict.4.6.34, al., Plu.2.82f; spelt ἀπαθία in Antip.Stoic.3.109, Phld.Sto.Herc.339.7.
III. absence of injury, σῴζεσθαι δι᾽ ἀπάθειαν ἀνακαμπτόμενα for the sake of immunity, Arist.PA682b21.
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