contrast to the morality defined by Aristotle in his Nicomachaean Ethics, Creon shows that he is deaf to the knowledge of particularsof place, time, manner, and persons, which is essential for moral reasoning. I?s decision, individuates the ai? Creon said He is to have no grave, no burial, no mourning from anyone; it is forbidden.
Certainly, not all men died in battle, but every epitaph shows in one way or another, the city would always remember the men who died in war. Trade off happiness for securityai? After hearing this decision, Antigone said that Creon couldnt do that and that the Gods would want Polynices to have a proper burial, therefore Antigone promised to her sister Ismene that she would be the one to defy Creon and bury her brother; and she. In such dialog with Critone, Socrates explains his moral choice, first of all, by saying that ai? As was argued, since the god commands the practice of philosophy and the pursuit of justice, to obey the god is to obey ones own reasoned conclusion about the just. In his circumstances would be breaching the laws that he chose to respect ab origine by being a citizen of Athens.