Anarchy & ChaosIn Antigone, Creon claims the following in Scene II, lines 42-46:”Anarchy, anarchy! Show me a greater evil! This is why cities tumble and the great houses rain down, This is what scatters armies! No, no: good lives are made so by discipline. We keep the laws then, and the lawmakers”Another translation puts his comment like this:”There is no greater wrong than disobedience. This ruins cities, this tears down our houses, This breaks the battle-front in panic-rout. If men live decently it is because discipline saves their very lives for them.”Do you agree with Creon? Why or why not?How does Creon define “anarchy” and “discipline.” Is lack of discipline the same as anarchy? Are discipline and lawmaking the same?Do these concepts apply equally on and off the battlefield?