Antigone Vs. Socrates In The Crito

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Philosophy

 

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August 26, 2014

 

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Antigone displays the characteristic trait of pride in the way she justifies and carries out her decisions. She is obstinate in her beliefs, and throughout the play refuses to listen to advice. This poses a danger because it causes her to overlook the limitations of her own powers. Antigone's ethics derive from a dual responsibility to the unwritten laws and the gods' will and to family relations and care for others...
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She is obstinate in her beliefs, and throughout the play refuses to listen to advice. This poses a danger because it causes her to overlook the limitations of her own powers. Antigone's ethics derive from a dual responsibility to the unwritten laws and the gods' will and to family relations and care for others...
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