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I am having difficulty in understanding the meaning of "great power as part of the cosmos" in the following encrypt from an article on Pre-Socratics:
For the Greeks, the fundamental properties of divinity are immortality (they are not subject to death) and great power (as part of the cosmos or in managing events), and each of Hesiod's characters has these properties (even though in the story some are defeated, and seem to be destroyed).
It is clear the the second part is saying that the divinity has exceptional power to manage events (where it says: "or in managing events") but I am not getting what is it referring to when it says: "great power as part of the cosmos"?
Is it referring to the fact that those divinities were part of this world and not something outside of it as the article referred to it few lines before when it said:
The divine figures that thus arise are often connected with a part of the physical universe, or with some aspect of human experience, so his theogony is also a cosmogony (an account of the generation of the world).