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Concerned with Mean Excess Deficiency fear ( phobos ) and confidence ( tharsos ) Courage ( andreia ): mean in fear and confidence First Type. excessive fearlessness has no special name Cowardly ( deilos ): exceeds in fear and is deficient in confidence Second Type. Rash ( thrasus ): exceeds in confidence Concerned with Mean Excess Deficiency pleasure ( hēdonē ) and pain ( lupē ) Temperance ( sōphrosunē ) Profligacy, dissipation, etc. ( akolasia ) scarcely occurs, but we may call it Insensible ( anaisthētos Concerned with Mean Excess Deficiency giving and getting (smaller amounts of) money Liberality (Rackham), generosity (Sachs) ( eleutheriotēs ) Prodigality (Rackham), Wastefulness (Sachs) ( asōtia ) Meanness (Rackham), Stinginess (Sachs) ( aneleutheria
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Unformatted text preview: ) Concerned with Mean Excess Deficiency giving and getting greater things Magnificence ( megaloprepeia ) Tastelessness ( apeirokalia ) or Vulgarity ( banausia ) Paltriness (Rackham), Chintziness (Sachs) ( mikroprepeia Concerned with Mean Excess Deficiency great honor ( timē ) and dishonor Greatness of Soul ( megalopsuchia ) (Traditional translation "magnanimity". Sometimes "pride".) Vanity ( chaunotēs ) Smallness of Soul ( mikropsuchia ) Concerned with Mean Excess Deficiency lesser honor ( timē ) and dishonor no special term in ancient Greek for the right amount of ambition (Over-)ambitiousness ( philotimos ) lack of ambition ( aphilotimos )...
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