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Disagreeing with Protagoras
"Man is the measure of all things" a statement by the ancient Greek philosopher Protagoras. This statement is intended to imply that the individual human being, rather than a god or an unchanging moral law, is the source of value. In "Antigone", Creon decides to deny burial rights to Polynices. This decision is interpreted as sacrilege and leads Haemon, Eurydice and Antigone to act with rage. Heamon's death and Antigone's and Eurydice's suicide were interpreted as a curse from the gods to Creon's stubbornness. I disagree with Protagoras that man can decide what is right and wrong. …
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