The Greek idea of hubris.
MYTHOLOGY HUBRIS ESSAY
The Greek idea of hubris is comparing oneself to the gods. In the novel of Mythology by Edith Hamilton many hubris sins were committed. Bellerophon, Arachne, and Niobe, are examples of some victims of the hubris sin where they suffered immersive consequences.
To begin with, Bellerophon demonstrates the hazards of hubris when he tried to ride Pegasus to Mt. Olympus. After Bellerophon rode Pegasus for the first time he was so satisfied with himself that he tried to take place at Olympus with the gods. He had the willing and ambition to ride Pegasus to Olympus, but th…
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