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To include or exclude? Marginalization of the deformed in the Classical Greek World
Author: Carrie L. Sulosky Weaver. DOI: 10.32028/9781789693775-7.ISBN 9781789693775-7.

In the Classical period (c. 480323 BC), the ideal Athenian citizen was kalos kai agathos beautiful and good (Plato Charmides 154e, Gorgias 474d475e). In order to be both beautiful and good, the ideal citizen must embody a panoply of noble personality traits. He must be free, civic-minded, selfless, courageous, loyal, honorable, helpful, truthful, hardworking, just, careful, practical, intelligent, reasonable, self-controlled, and moderate in all things. In addition to these intangible qualities, the ideal citizen must also possess important tangible ones: physical beauty and perfection.

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