Greek Ideals are Universal Ideals.
The three main ideals of Greek Myth include Arete, Hospitality, and Hardwork. All these characteristics separately are noble for a person to attain but having all of them makes one somewhat Godlike. Because Gods living beyond the rules of mankind do not live by these ideals that they set forth for mankind to uphold. The eternal ideals become eternal truths which the characters of the story Odyssey realize at the end of their life and at the end of their story.
Arete encompasses the characteristics of strength, deceptiveness, and intelligence. Arete therefore makes mankind strive for excel…
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