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Unformatted text preview: ore we value those who are liberal,
brave, or just. The just we consider to be those who do not live on others; which means
those who work for their living, especially farmers and others who work with their own
hands. We also like temperate men, because they are not unjust to others; and, for the same
reason, those who mind their own business. And also those whose friends we wish to be, if it
is plain that they wish to be our friends: such are the morally good, and those well thought of
by every one, by the best men, or by those whom we admire or who admire us. And also
those with whom it is pleasant to live and spend our days: such are the good- tempered, and
those who are not too ready to show us our mistakes, and those who are not cantankerous or
quarrelsome - such people are always wanting to fight us, and those who fight us we feel
wish for the opposite of what we wish for ourselves - and those who have the tact to make
and take a joke; here both parties have the same object in view, when they can stand bein...
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- Spring '14