How did the Greek view of the relationship between man and nature influence their concept of gods? How was this view expressed in Greek philosophy and the arts?

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The Greek divine beings were depicted as people, which implied that they were not great. That is, the divine beings committed errors, felt torment, and succumbed to outrage and their tempers. In addition, the religion was custom based and had adaptable convictions that had no standard pastorates, no various leveled framework, and no sacrosanct content or good code. The Greeks utilized the divine beings as a way to legitimize anything that they couldn't comprehend or deductively clarify. How did the Greek view of the relationship between man and nature influence their concept of gods? How was this view expressed in Greek philosophy and the arts?

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