A Debate Between Oedipus And Socrates On The Role Of Fate

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Title: A Debate Between Oedipus And Socrates On The Role Of Fate
 
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Date: September 28, 1997
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Fate is only an imaginary belief that society and culture has bestowed on us. If we look at the origin of humans, we cans see that there was nothing like fate. Man lived his life according to instincts and completed his life cycle as his instincts told him to do so...
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Man lived his life according to instincts and completed his life cycle as his instincts told him to do so. When culture and civilizations made their mark in the world, they unfortunately also brought in a lot of limitation that has always strived to hold us back...
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