He helped the people know that things would be okay, he made the people calm in times where they should be worried. The people loved him, and he loved his country and everyone in it so much. Thomas Jefferson liked to do things differently than everyone else, but only if it benefited our country. He spoke his mind, even when people did not agree with what he was saying. Thomas was a very smart man, but he knew that he was not perfect.
This paper will to you how exactly why Grendel is evil and Beowulf is good. In the story Beowulf the character Beowulf was labeled as good. He was good because he didn 't fight just to be fighting, he fought to protect the people [ I, alone and with the help of my men, may purge all the evil from this hall Pg.25-Beowulf]. In the story Beowulf the character name Wiglaf is also described as good because he was the help or partner of Beowulf. They was good because throughout the story they was self-sacrificing.
Heroes orders are followed and pursued, but Odysseus wasn't. Nevertheless, heroes rules and commands are respected by their followers and it shows excellent leadership, yet this does not the speak to Odysseus. The lack of obedience and respect for Odysseus shows the lack of leadership role that he has between he and his followers. In summary, a hero has to have an excellent leadership role. We respect this quality in a person because with leadership a person can lead a group of people and
Battle of the Brits “Great men are not born great, they grow great”-Mario Puzo. Henry the V was a man of strength that accomplished what he saw fit,often by using brute force. Winston Churchill however was a man of integrity and intelligence that helped better the world. Winston Churchill is a better leader than Henry the V because of his personality, morality, and concern for the people. Henry the V was a cruel, brave, and cunning general that helped shaped Briton’s impact on the world .
Once in a while leaders can get occupied, even the considerable ones, however they must understand that they committed an error and must endure the outcomes. Various leaders lead for the recognition. Odysseus from The Odyssey and Everett from O Brother Where Art Thou were both astonishing leaders and their men admired them. In spite of their likenesses there are a few things that set them apart. Despite the fact that Everett and Odysseus are similar, Everett has better initiative abilities, which at last causes him and his group get to where they have to go.
These traits are treacherous within a leader and definitely not found in an idol. But since Odysseus learned humility, he is considered a hero. In conclusion Odysseus is a hero because he is intelligent, resilient, and humble. He uses his wit and intelligence to save his men in more way than one. His resilient attitude has helped him overcome the direst circumstances.
Their culture valued human contact, family, virtue, and a good story. They feared humiliation and loneliness in their lives. Beowulf is the strongest of the Geats. He likes to win, but he doesn’t like to lose. The Anglo-Saxons desired richness, power, and appreciated heroic actions of warriors.
Yes, it is nice to be nice, even Machiavelli believes in this point, yet in the world of The Prince, it suffices just to be seen as nice. He defines traditional virtues as the general qualities usually praised by others as good, and these include attributes such as generosity, piety, and compassion. Machiavelli believes that a leader must always appear to be virtuous, but that acting virtuously for just virtue’s sake can even be more detrimental to his state than being stark cold. A prince should not just avoid vices like deceit, cruelty or greed too blatantly, especially if using them will help him benefit his state. He is also quick to point out that these vices should also not only be followed just for the vice in them, and virtue just for the sake of virtue, but must be conceived as means to the desired
In his novel, the prince, nicolo machiavelli guides us to be a fruitful ruler. He clarifies the best routes for any ruler or sovereign to govern a region, bring prosper to the society, and keep up their position. This book can be read by anyone to get a few pointers on political issues. Most of the thoughts held by machivelli were linked to mercilessness and evil, hence they raised a considerable number of eyebrows. He maintains that the ruler 's primary goal should be conquering, staying in control of the general public and to always have the idea of war in mind.
Yes, he changes for the better and completes heroic acts along the way, but many things he does are done to help improve his reputation or used to show off. He is unwilling to admit a weakness, not acknowledging fear until facing the monster. But, Gilgamesh does have moments of selflessness. He completes what Campbell would call the hero's journey and comes out a better person. However, I do not find enough of the qualities that I look for in a hero in Gilgamesh.