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8 book three 1116b People also bring spirit under the heading of courage. Those who from spirit rush like wild beasts against those who have injured them also seem courageous, since for their part courageous people are spirited. For spirit is something which especially spurs people on to face dangers; hence we have in Homer ‘he cast strength into his spirit’ and ‘he stirred up rage and spirit’ and ‘fierce rage breathed through his nostrils’ and ‘his blood boiled’. All such expressions seem to stand for impetus and the rousing of spirit.

Citizens seem to face dangers because of the penalties of the law and public disgrace and honour, and therefore the most courageous seem to be those among whom 20 the cowardly are disgraced and the courageous honoured. Homer depicts people of that kind, such as Diomede and Hector, who say Polydamas will be the first to heap reproach on me 29 1116a nicomachean ethics III. e. from shame and the desire for the fine (namely honour) and the avoidance of disgrace, as 30 something shameful. Someone might class under the same heading those who are compelled by their leaders; but they are inferior, inasmuch as they do this not from shame but from fear, and what they avoid is not disgrace but suffering.

7 book three 1115b in boldness about fearful things is overbold. The overbold person seems to be a boaster who puts on a pretence of courage; at any rate he wants to appear the way the courageous person is with regard to fearful things, so he imitates him in circumstances in which he can. That is why many of them are ‘bold cowards’; though they are bold in those circumstances, they do not endure fearful things. The person who is excessive in fearing is a coward; for he fears what he should not and as he should not, and all the rest follows in his case.

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