Question by  dingo (12)

What is the ancient Greek concept of hubris?


Answer by  Marsha (2337)

In ancient Greece. hubris meant when a person purposefully used violence to humiliate or degrade someone. Hubris also meant to degrade someone. usually someone did this because of excessive pride or a feeling of being better than others.


Answer by  John (9008)

Hubris means overwhelming pride. It is an idea that the Greeks had that if a person is too arrogant and proud, it will attract the notice of the gods in a very bad way. Commonly, this would mean that the arrogant are struck with incredible bad luck.


Answer by  MaTwosey (332)

Hubris can be defined as a human who steps on the toes of the Gods. Men who aspire to have more power than they should would have hubristic characteristics


Answer by  Anonymous

Hubris mean when you smart you dumb. When i have fun no one has fun.

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