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n his v iew it is usually better to act on rational desire than to follow non-reasoned suggestions. However, one can see from the second book of the Rhetoric that emotional responses and feelings were also regarded as sources of information for rational decision making and the well-educated emotions as supporting motivation for virtuous action. (For the ambivalent nature of emotions, see Rhet. 1.10, 1369a18–24.)
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