”Here I am myself- You all know me, the world knows my fame: I am Oedipus” (ln7-9)
The scene clearly depicts Hubris. By definition, hubris is excessive pride. Oedipus shamelessly expresses his arrogance and pride by announcing an already know fact (his fame) to the people of his city. He does so to emphasize who he is and his importance to his people. However the manner in which he does so causes him to sound arrogant and over excessively prideful, proving that the scene depicts Hubris.