Similarly those abnormal psychic states which are not inborn, but arise from the concomitance of certain other elements, and are difficult to remove, or altogether permanent, are called qualities, for in virtue of them men are said to be such and such.
Those, however, which arise from causes easily rendered ineffective are called affections, not qualities.
First, then, I said, let us enquire how timocracy (the government of honour) arises out of aristocracy (the government of the best).
And the new government which thus arises will be of a form intermediate between oligarchy and aristocracy?
Lastly a dispute arises
between Odysseus and Aias over the arms of Achilles.
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However, key points that arise
in relation to them can be considered, with a view to identifying appropriate ways forward.
The origin of the systematic shift is not completely understood, but as will be shown below, it appears to arise
from a combination of marginally trapped neutrons and material bottling.
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But these problems that arise
between a couple usually result in one spouse filing for divorce.
The rules are quite complex, but there is no detrimental effect if the lower-tier affiliates do not have sufficient earnings to absorb the deficit; no FAPI will arise
in such cases and the remaining deficit will revert to the second affiliate.