Aristotle says the following:
“Moreover, that is more desirable in whose absence it is less blameworthy for people to be vexed; and that is more desirable in whose absence it is more blameworthy for a man not to be vexed.”
The first has to be knowledge or self-composure. If you’re ignorant about a matter of fact, you can hardly be blamed for it. In the second, it has to be self-esteem, but could it also be knowledge again? Or maybe the knowledge is knowledge of oneself? Do you agree?