Ideals figure in cultural heritages in two ways. Firstly, cultural ideals refer to the ideal aims and practices of alternative approaches for exploitation and dissemination of heritages. Secondly, ideals in culture direct the attention of cultural actants to offer the heritages to new generations. Following the characteristics of cultural ideals while reading Plato and shaping the importance of ideals in cultural heritages, I argue that the standpoint may rely partly on the interpretation of Greimasian theory of axiological values in the modalization of being. It comes thus specially to emphasize certain facts of Bulgarian dramatis personæ that help actants to participate actively in the process of preservation of common cultural heritages.
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