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143). Did Antigone use what was in her power to flourish and live well? Based on Aristotle's theory, her rashness and inability to deliberate led her to an action which deprived her of happiness. Even after she had made her decision and sentenced by King Creon to live out the rest of her days in a cave, her lack of experience in deliberating well and habit of making impulsive decisions led her to create the ultimatum of death by her own hands...
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Again this rashness prevented her from being saved by King Creon when he had realized his rule to be too rigid. On the other hand, Ismene decided to act upon deficit and give in to fear. Ismene did not even contemplate disobeying King Creon in order to pursue the endeavor of restoring her brother's honor which she also held he deserved...
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