Pride and Antigone
Sophocles's Teiresias condemns pride as an evil. In Antigone, pride was an action despised by society and the gods of Greek mythology. Those who were over-prideful were often punished by the gods and were condemned to suffering. Though, pride is both a positive and a negative trait. Pride can be negative if it is arrogant or self-centered. Moderation is a virtue, so being over prideful would constitute an evil. But pride in moderation of integrity and honor is not necessarily a crime.
Pride is not an evil if it is controlled with temperance. …
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