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Lecture 7

ACTG 2011 Lecture 7: 6 Sophocles

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Department
Accounting
Course
ACTG 2011
Professor
Anne Stebbins
Semester
Spring

Description
Sophocles: Antigone I. Sophocles and Antigone: background II. The representation of oikos and polis and tragic agon (conflict, oppositions) III. Analysis of the tragedy IV. Antigone’s values versus Creon’s tyranny V. Philia as divine law VI. Creon’s lawmaking rules versus Zeus’ laws and justice VII. Creon’s concern for his personal power OIKOS POLIS  Religious values
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