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Antigone : Social Law Vs. One's Morals

Summary: Explores the play Antigone, by Sophocles. Examines conflict in the story. Describes how morality and social laws are distinct and similar at the same time, since at times our morals agree with social law.
Ever participated in a conflict with a higher power about moralities? Morals towards everyone are differently viewed upon and only because there are one's morals and meaning that to another it does not make them right. Throughout Antigone by Sophocles, the discord between morality and social law is the situation that Creon and Antigone have to face. In Sophocles' story, morality and social law are unjust, because I believe that both Creon and Antigone have good reasons to do what they did. Morality and social laws are distinct and similar at the same time, since at times our morals agree with social law.

Morality which is one's principles, beliefs, or feelings about something that is honest and right. Some morals that people go by today are the Ten Commandments that is if that is one's religion. Abortion is also frowned upon, as Catholics not...

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