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Christian and Jewish eudaimonism in The Merchant of Venice
Sara Coodin

powerful responses more than capable of overriding practical judgement. Self-knowledge is essential to the exercise of practical judgement for Lemmius and essential for moderation, which, in true Aristotelian fashion, requires careful assessment of context in relation to individual subjects. Self-awareness and self-knowledge for Lemnius and other Renaissance self-help writers entails

in The Renaissance of emotion