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Tough—often unsatisfactory and unfair—struggles and decisions are unavoidable between the rich and the poor. Because wisdom is not primordially the accumulation of truths, of universal principles and of exemplary stories or fables. Wisdom is, foremost, a breath of vision that aims at orchestrating concrete and diverse possibilities in a torn world.
The wise one will be able to figure out which orchestration is appropriate when and for whom and to what end! Some get to this point quickly. Some painstakingly make it.
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Antigone is a typical Greek tragedy , in which inherent flaws of the acting characters lead to irrevocable disaster. Antigone and Creon are prototypical tragic figures in an Aristotelian sense, as they struggle towards their fore-doomed ends, forsaken by the gods.
In the oldest version of the story, the burial of Polynices takes place during Oedipus' reign in Thebes, before Oedipus marries his mother, Jocasta. However, in other versions such as Sophocles ' tragedies Oedipus at Colonus and Antigone , it occurs in the years after the banishment and death of Oedipus and Antigone's struggles against Creon. Antigone appears briefly in Aeschylus' Seven Against Thebes. Both Antigone and her sister, Ismene sing a funeral dirge for the loss of their brothers.
As the play ends, Antigone exists with part of the chorus to escort the body of Polynices. The dramatist Euripides also wrote a play called Antigone , which is lost, but some of the text was preserved by later writers and in passages in his Phoenissae. Different elements of the legend appear in other places. A description of an ancient painting by Philostratus Imagines ii. When the boy grows up, he attends some funeral games at Thebes, and is recognized by the mark of a dragon on his body.
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This leads to the discovery that Antigone is still alive. Oedipe et Antigone by Johann Peter Krafft , Oedipus and Antigone by Per Wickenberg Oedipus and Antigone by Charles Jalabert Oedipus and Antigon by Antoni Brodowski In the works of Hegel , in particular in his discussion of Sittlichkeit in his Phenomenology of Spirit and his Elements of the Philosophy of Right , Antigone is figured as exposing a tragic rift between the so-called feminine "Divine Law," which Antigone represents, and the "Human Law," represented by Creon.
The play ran from September 24 to October 4, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the daughter of Oedipus. For other characters named Antigone, see Antigone mythology. For the most famous adaptation of the subject, see Antigone Sophocles.
See also: Oedipus. Oedipus and Antigon by Franz Dietrich. Oidipus a Antigona by Hans Knoechl Oedipus and Antigone by C.
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