『안티고네』에 나타난 아곤의 의미


The Meaning of Agons in Antigone.


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This article is an attempt to analyze agons and their effects in Antigone. Agon originally refers to the actual act of competition or game. But it is also used to refer to dialogue in the tragedies and debates within court settings. This work has two thematic agons both in the dialogues and the debates in the court: the agon of sovereignty and the agon of law and justice. Nietzsche explains that agon in the ancient Greek culture played a key role in change from destructive struggling into creative competition. This work shows such positive aspects of vehement competition: Creon vs Haemon and Creon vs Antigone. Their agons are based on the steadfast political and ethical philosophy, and logically develop into the debate on whether the law of polis is superior or the unwritten law of gods. This conflict makes the audience consider the ethical and political priority in the changing period in ancient Greece. The Antigone by Sophocles is arguably a good source to study this trend, and the guide of its modern application.


 I. 서론
 II. 본론
  2.1 『안티고네』의 시대적 배경과 아곤
  2.2 비극 속의 아곤
  2.3 통치권에 대한 아곤 – 크레온 대 하이몬
  2.4 법과 정의에 대한 아곤 – 크레온 대 안티고네
 III. 결론
 Works Cited


  • 우승정 Woo, Seungjeung. 조선대학교


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