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480, 1-483, 14; Plato, Republic, 440a. B y the "Philosophers of old," he means Plato; see De placitis, pp. 405, 14; 658, 11. The Diagnosis and Cure of the Soul's Passions 47 ing, which are actions and passions belonging to the concupiscible power of his soul. Unlike the irascible power, I represented this power as not suited to horses and dogs but befitting the wild boar and goat and any of the wild beasts which cannot be domesticated. A n d so there is no training for the concupiscible power cor­ responding to the training afforded by obedience to the irascible part of the soul, but there is a kind of analogy between this obedience and what the ancients called chastisement.

Unlike the irascible power, I represented this power as not suited to horses and dogs but befitting the wild boar and goat and any of the wild beasts which cannot be domesticated. A n d so there is no training for the concupiscible power cor­ responding to the training afforded by obedience to the irascible part of the soul, but there is a kind of analogy between this obedience and what the ancients called chastisement. T h e chastisement of the concupiscible power consists in not furnishing it with the enjoyment of the things it desires.

W h e n I was returning h o m e from R o m e , I traveled together with a friend of mine from Gortyna in Crete. This friend was, in other respects, an estimable person because he was simple, friendly, 16. See Demosthenes, Orationes, eds. S. Butcher and W . ; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1903), III, xlvii. 38; and Plautus, Comoediae, ed. W . ; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1910), II, Rudens, line 710. 17. See Philodemus, loc. cit. 40 G A L E N on the passions and errors of the soul good, and anything but miserly.

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