A period may be defined as a portion of speech that has in itself a beginning and an end, being at the same time not too big to be taken in at a glance

-Aristotle
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That judges of important causes should hold office for life is a questionable thing, for the mind grows old as well as the body.

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For it is owing to their wonder that men both now begin and at first began to philosophize.... And a man who is puzzled and wonders thinks himself ignorant ...; therefore since they philosophized in order to escape from ignorance, evidently they were pursuing science in order to know, and not for any utilitarian end.
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Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow ripening fruit. Arist

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It is unbecoming for young men to utter maxims. Arist
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Justice is that virtue of the soul which is distributive according to desert.

Aristotle
Young men have strong passions and tend to gratify them indiscriminately. Of the bodily desires, it is the sexual by which they are most swayed and in which they show absence of control...They are changeable and fickle in their desires which are violent while they last, but quickly over: their impulses are keen but not deep rooted.
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Two characteristic marks have above all others been recognized as distinguishing that which has soul in it from that which has not - movement and sensation.

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All human happiness and misery take the form of action.
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Worms are the intestines of the earth.

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It will contribute towards one's object, who wishes to acquire a facility in the gaining of knowledge, to doubt judiciously.