Hubris in Oedipus açıklaması
Hubris in Oedipus (sınav sorusu)
İt is term used in modern English to indicate overweening pride, superciliousness, or arrogance, often resulting in fatal retribution.
- Hurbis is destructive pride.
- It was also considered the greatest sin of the ancient Greek world. That was so because it was not only proof of excessive pride, but also resulted in violent acts by or to those involved
- The word was also used to describe actions of those who challenged the gods or their laws, especially in Greek tragedy, resulting in the protagonist's downfall...
- People with hubris can be categorized as arrogant or cocky and they fail to pay atention to other people’s insights and advice.. .......
- This is seen in Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, Oudipus exhibits hubris. Oudipus is telling his people that he is the answer, that is the one remedy to all of their prayers..
- Another example; when he listened to the prophet in fact He knew the truth, he senses, but his destructive pride makes him feel that he can change the fate that is prepared by gods.( he senses there is something wrong lurking behind but he can’t help ingoring and maybe is not enough brave to face with it...)