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: is possible only while one is striving; those who think they have attained arete have lost it and have passed into hubris. Pausanias. 4. Agon : Agon is less complex than arete. Homer makes reference to agon as a meeting place where athletic events were held. 5. Hubris: Excessive Pride. 6. Illiad and the Odyssey: The Iliad tells the story of the kidnapping of Helen, wife of Menelaus, King of Sparta, and the 10-year Trojan War, while The Odyssey depicts the adventures of one of the heroes of Troy, Odysseus, as he makes his way back home after the war ends. 7. Funeral Games: described by Homer involve Patroclos, a friend and fellow soldier of the legendary warrior Achilles. Patroclos was killed during the battle of Troy, and Achilles, wishing to honor and mourn his friend, instituted the Funeral Games. 8. Hellanodikai: The most visible officials of the ancient Olym- pics were known as the Hellanodikai. judges. Hellano- dikai were in charge of the equestrian competition, the second group were in charge of the Pentathlon, and the third group oversaw all of the remaining events. 9. Mastigophorai: (whip bearers) if their failure to play by the rules was especially sinister. 10. Socrates: Had a deciple plato. Believed in the mind controlling the body. 11. Plato: Socrates deciple. Wrote the republic. 12. Aristotle: Believed that the world of senses was real. believed the results of a god physical education are not limited to the body alone, but the soul itself. Son of nichomachus. logic enabled humans to find truth rather than function as a compendium of truths, and it prepared them to study philosophy. 13. Jesse Williams: took excep- tion to Plato’s dualism, the nature of men and women is that of an organic unity. 14. Charles Mccloy: Physical development. 15. Homer: Wrote the illiad and the odyssey. Supposedly blind. 16.
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