Antigone: Beliefs, Opinions, and Moral Views. This essay is about the moral dilemmas between Antigone and Creon.
<Tab/>Antigone and Creon, from "Antigone" by Sophocles, encounter a philosophical war based on their moral views. A conflict arose when the principles that backed up their actions disagreed with each other. Antigone's side of the conflict held a gods' law is the way approach, as opposed to the "I am king" approach Creon chose to follow. The variation in the beliefs, opinions, and moral views of Antigone and Creon were constantly disputed through out the play.
<Tab/>Antigone felt that Creon was disregarding the laws of gods through his law. After she was capture…
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