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Plato believed mimesis to be less than ideal, Charles Caleb Colton, on the other hand, uses imitation in its sincerest form to flatter. With function over form, we acknowledge the disarming quality of this rhetorical approach. Suspending the goodness principle, the Hellenic suffers from the incongruent and the eudaemonia it elicits. Like Aristotle, we also possess the hubris of categorizing imitation as beneficial. Perhaps this is the foundation of my self-professed romanticism.