The God established eternal unwritten law; its existence is not limited to today and yesterday but permanent. And no one knows what time it appeared. We all knew this from Antigone.
We don’t have to deny the human cost as a democracy and justice. It is a huge consumption. Typically, this cost caused injustice obviously. Firstly, Antigone adhered to bury her brother's corpse, follow the blood ethical belief that the relatives of the deceased must be buried, and must not be exposed corpse wilderness. Creon prohibited the burial of body, is to follow the provisions of the city-state of ethics that is a traitor to the city-state should be ruthless. The two sides stand in sharp opposition but have their rationality, which makes the tragic conflict, is inevitable. Secondly, Unyielding struggle against fate in Antigone only demonstrates the individual's free willing, also shows women's dignity and consciousness. Antigone dared to confront the supreme power of their own monarchy, it shows that the spirit of freedom and equality during the ancient Greek democracy advocates. And Creon has discrimination of being against women Antigone’s actions and fully defends the dignity of women. It was a great event for human.
Justice, truth, freedom, and faith, these are eroding our friendship from the Gods in the battle. Our force are not ruthless force, but bitter is weak, even in strength, although it is often unable to make decisions, often fail, but human should be able to defend our perseverance in of love. The unwritten law of the development of gods is eternal, its existence is not limited to either today nor yesterday, it is permanent, and no one knows what time it appeared.
Moreover, Chorus and Creon both expected Haemon will resist his father’s will, because they know the power of Eros, or erotic love, topics described in this section. We could know it from his anger; he hinted suicide and grip inferred from the love of choral ode Haemon really passionate. Even so, the argument Haemon and Creon is rational. He said the reason is the gift of God, and warned him against Creon is single-minded and self- involvement and noted that there is no such thing as a human city. He claims that everyone has to give way a bit, listen to, and change, no one is infallible. The director of the choir advised them to listen to each other, but Creon, as though he admitted that he is a tyrant, refused to be taught. Choir arguments for and against the tyranny of Creon Haemon will appeal Sophocles ' democratic spirit of Athens audience. Creon traced back into the palace, and the choir sings the power of love cannot be defeated by arms, and it can drive a sane person crazy. When Antigone close Choir announced, even if it will see the poor girl was led to her tomb from the palace revolt. Antigone tells...