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- n. eupraxy
- n. learning attributes of deaf people
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For Socrates it is eupraxia, which receives closer definition at the hands of Plato, as such harmonious functioning of the parts of man's soul as shall preserve the subordination of the lower to the higher, of the non-rational to the rational.
(eutychia) -- but in a rational joy, which implies the renunciation of common delights (eupraxia).