In this scene Antigone was trying to see if Ismene will go with her to bury their brother Polyneice. But Ismeme doesn't want to go help her because it would be breaking the law. Antigone was very angry at Ismene for not helping her give their brother a proper burial.
"That must be your excuse, suppose. But as for me, I will bury the brother I love." (64-65)
"They mean a great deal to me ; but I have no strength to break the laws that were made for the public good." (62-63)
In this scene Antigone knows that in her heart that she made the right decision by following her morals with the Gods and not follow the law of Creon. Creon does not agree with her decision at all about breaking the law.
"And yet, as men's hearts know, I have done no wrong: I have not sinned God."(66-67)
"I can give you no reason to think you are mistaken."(77)
In this scene Antigone shows that she is ready for her punishment even though she knows that the people agree with her. But Creon the king does not and thinks that everyone should follow the laws that he made.
"Then I beg you: kill me.....I should have praise and honor for what I have done . All these men would praise me"(94)(98-99)
"You are alone here in that opinion."(103)
In this scene Antigone made the decision that she is going to follow her morals and bury her dead brother who didn't get a proper burial like her other brother. She would rather do what she thinks is right and not follow the law.
"But I will bury him; and if I must die, I say that this crime is holy: I shall lie down with him in death, and shall be as dear to him as he to me."(55-58)
In this scene Creon thinks that everyone should be following the laws that he had made for them to follow.
"My voice is the one voice giving orders in this city!"(105)
In this scene it shows that he is the leader and he makes the decisions for the people. He demands that everyone should be following the laws.
"This is my command, and you can see the wisdom behind it. As long as I am king, no traitor is going to be honored with the loyal man."(43-45)