Summary and Analysis Book III: Chapter IX - Courage (iv)

Summary

Courage is concerned with feelings of confidence and fear. It often involves facing what is painful, but, like all virtues, its end is pleasant. In many cases, the more happy a man is, the more painful it is for him to exercise courage in a dangerous situation because death seems more painful to him, but this raises his courage to a higher level and makes him even more noble and virtuous.

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According to Aristotle, three conditions must be fulfilled for friendship to exist between two people. One of those conditions is

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I never met my grandma, who my mom says lives in a hovel and wants her to move in with us. Then I saw that word in Frankenstein. What's a hovel? I thought it was like a place that had room service.

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