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The one who practices wisdom becomes wise, he who practices justice becomes
just, and the architect acquires his virtue as an architect by constructing buildings.
Habits, not faculties! Habits, not merely ephemeral passions! Aristotle goes ...
Again the "protagonist" becomes indignant: "How is this possible? So the man
who takes care of these beautiful gardens, who spends his days out there
exposed to the wind, the rain, and the sun, has to work seven long hours to be
able to eat ...
The ritual is repeated two or three times in identical or modified manner, in such a
way that the spectator becomes aware of the strings that move this ritual. 6)
Simultaneous rituals. To one ritual another is added, simultaneously, to serve as
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Aristotles Coercive System of Tragedy
Machiavelli and the Poetics of Virtu
The Character as Subject or
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