Hubris

Hubris (s, also hybris, from ancient Greek ὕβρις) means extreme pride or self-confidence. When it offends the Gods of ancient Greece, it is usually punished. The adjectival form of the noun hubris is `hubristic`. Hubris is usually perceived as a characteristic of an individual rather than a group, although the group the offender belongs to.....
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Hubris

(sometimes spelled Hybris) The Greek term hubris is difficult to translate directly into English. It
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hubris

noun overbearing pride or presumption
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Hubris

An arrogance due to excessive pride and an insolence toward others.
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Hubris

An arrogance due to excessive pride and an insolence toward others. A classic character flaw of a trader or investor.
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hubris

arrogant pride 
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hubris

hubris 1. Excessive, or overbearing, pride, insolent pride; arrogance. 2. The excessive pride and ambition that usually leads to the downfall of a hero in classical tragedy. 3. Etymology: from Greek hybris, 'wanton violence, insolence, riotousness; outrage'.
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hubris

in Classical Athenian usage, the intentional use of violence to humiliate or degrade. The most famous example was the case of Meidias, who punched ... [5 related articles]
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hubris

In Greek thought, an act of transgression or overweening pride. In ancient Greek tragedy, hubris was believed to offend the gods, and to lead to retribution. ...
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hubris

In Greek thought, an act of transgression or overweening pride. In ancient Greek tragedy, hubris was believed to offend the gods, and to lead to retribution
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Hubris

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hubris

[n] - overbearing pride or presumption
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