Antigone knows that man does not believe in his will alone. Again it comes to power that swells its luster. The will is perverted, it corrupts, withers and boasts. The will, or the will that often accompanies, invests the space from the oblivion of a higher power, l & rsquo; authority. All those who act in politics without reference to a higher power go astray. It is a lesson of Antigone, one of the laws that regilds forgotten by Creon and reminds.