"And you, Antigone, with your head hanging - do you confess this thing?"
"The inflexible heart breaks first and the toughest iron cracks first."
"No pride on earth is free of the curse of heaven."
In this scene Creon is questioning Antigone of her involvement in the burial and Antigone's pride keeps from simply denying he involvement because she did not regret her involvement because it was the right thing to do and she was proud she did it
"Oh it is hard to give in! but it is worse to risk everything for stubborn pride."
In this scene Antigone is being apprehended and Creon lectures Antigone about the results of stubborn pride which he ironically is more guilty of being
"My own blind heart has brought me from darkness to final darkness."
The chorus comes in and explains how pride is something that does not just go unpunished and will be punished not by man but by the gods or fate
In this scene Creon finally realized after he made Tiresias leave in anger that his stubborn pride is ignorant of him because he is risking everything on it when he should just give in to the logical reason instead of resisting like a child
In this scene Creon is realizing his mistakes a little too late and understanding just how much his excessive pride has blinded him in his judgement of the situation and now it is costing him
In this scene Antigone shows her pride by refusing to allow the unjust laws of a corrupt king to decide her fate and takes her life into her own and ends it herself with her, maintaining her pride