Does Alcibiades’ ethos lead inevitably to his downfall and demise as Plutarch describes them?

Topic: Does Alcibiades’ ethos lead inevitably to his downfall and demise as Plutarch describes them?
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I am taking a history class, talk about ancient lives of Europe. –Here is the instruction from professor: Character and Destiny. “Character (personality) [ethos] is for a human being destiny” (Heraclitus ca. 500 BC). Does Alcibiades’ ethos lead inevitably to his downfall and demise as Plutarch describes them? Or did two or three key choices Alcibiades made leave open the possibility of a different outcome to his life?—–You need do know the history very well in terms of Alcibiade’s live and personality by what Plutarch described. -You may need do read it from book “GREEK LIVES.”-by Plutarch—PLEASE PLEASE, if you don’t really familiar with this topic, let the support team know and they can find another one to finish it on time. And please just simply writer about this one topic. Thank you. Contact me if you have questions. And you may finish it early, so we can edit it as needed.