Patrists pursue Achievement
A dutiful man will suppress his own desires to pursue those aims described by duty, such as being a builder or soldier. And by suppressing his impulses he has a source of energy that can be directed into his tasks.
Matrists pursue Pleasure
The self-indulgent are dominated by their desires, which they attempt to sate at every opportunity. This pursuit of pleasure undermines any tangible achievement by dissipating their energies.
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