In the XXVI canto of Dante’s Inferno Ulysses finds himself “… with but one bark, and the small faithful band…” arriving to go through the Pillars of Hercules and see the part of the world that was forbidden to man. Going beyond, chasing the dream, being in the breach, believing in one’s instincts beyond judgments and sometimes advice, being beyond the experiences of others because we live outside the time of others – this is Ulysses. This is the ideal of the man who cannot abandon the search, the thirst for his ideal place, where he can finally become what he deeply knows he can be, whatever the risk or the admonishment.