According to Freud, one’s unconscious is what is responsible for decision making. In this hidden world, there are various factors that control the outcome of one’s behavior. This exhibit focuses on the id, which is responsible for all selfish desires. When it runs amok, the id is in complete control of one’s actions. The self-destructive acts one commits, such as smoking, are done to satiate the desire caused by his id. Moreover, it is the source of one’s pride. In Sophocles’ play, Antigone, Antigone’s and Creon’s unremitting pride are proof of the prevalence of their ids in their decision making. This exhibit highlights how pride is the result of one’s id and how it brings individuals to their demise.