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Persuasion is clearly a sort of demonstration, since we are most fully persuaded when we consider a thing to have been demonstrated.

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   Persuasion
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A statement is persuasive and credible either because it is directly self-evident or because it appears to be proved from other statements that are so.

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Some animals utter a loud cry. Some are silent, and others have a voice, which in some cases may be expressed by a word; in others, it cannot. There are also noisy animals and silent animals, musical and unmusical kinds, but they are mostly noisy about the breeding season.

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Man is the only animal capable of reasoning, though many others possess the faculty of memory and instruction in common with him.

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The eyes of some persons are large, others small, and others of a moderate size; the last-mentioned are the best. And some eyes are projecting, some deep-set, and some moderate, and those which are deep-set have the most acute vision in all animals; the middle position is a sign of the best disposition.

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Long-lived persons have one or two lines which extend through the whole hand; short-lived persons have two lines not extending through the whole hand.

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To attain any assured knowledge about the soul is one of the most difficult things in the world.

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   Knowledge
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He who hath many friends hath none.

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   Friendship
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He who is to be a good ruler must have first been ruled.

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The young are permanently in a state resembling intoxication.

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Even when laws have been written down, they ought not always to remain unaltered.

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It is clearly better that property should be private, but the use of it common; and the special business of the legislator is to create in men this benevolent disposition.

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   Business
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For though we love both the truth and our friends, piety requires us to honor the truth first.

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   Love
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All men by nature desire knowledge.

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   Nature
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Courage is a mean with regard to fear and confidence.

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   Courage
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A tragedy is a representation of an action that is whole and complete and of a certain magnitude. A whole is what has a beginning and middle and end.

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   End
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The beginning of reform is not so much to equalize property as to train the noble sort of natures not to desire more, and to prevent the lower from getting more.

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For one swallow does not make a summer, nor does one day; and so too one day, or a short time, does not make a man blessed and happy.

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   Time
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He who can be, and therefore is, another's, and he who participates in reason enough to apprehend, but not to have, is a slave by nature.

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Temperance is a mean with regard to pleasures.

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