A Debate Between Oedipus And Socrates On The Role Of Fate

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Philosophy

 

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Roberta M

 

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March 12, 2011

 

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University

 

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They believe that a man’s industry creates his fate and that there are other forces that determine the progression of his life. They cite the lives of great men and women, who had defied fate and had made a name for themselves in the society. They believe that a person must use his skills and his resources and fight against all odds to become successful in life...
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They believe that a person must use his skills and his resources and fight against all odds to become successful in life. On the other hand, those who support the existence of the entity called fate believe that human progress is pre-determined. They believe that all the trials and tribulations that men face in this world is due to fate: that pre-determined entity that seems to make all our attempts to secure something futile...
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