Uruk As A Leader In The Epic Of Gilgamesh

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In order to be a moral leader, one must possess certain attributes. A leader must always be willing to place oneself before the people and make sure his people feels secure and safe. A leader must be strong during hardships and to stay positive and courageous for his people. A leader must be compassionate and not only have rule by his people because they are fearful but because they trust in him. In the beginning of The Epic of Gilgamesh, we do not see Gilgamesh corresponding to majority of the leadership attributes. He is initially seen as a selfish king, and he rules the city of Uruk in a tyrannical form that everyone is fearful of him. However, as the story progresses we see that he too can be great a leader and king. In the Records of the
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