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Essay heading: A Debate Between Oedipus And Socrates On The Role Of Fate
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Date added: September 28, 1997
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It is worthwhile to have a discussion on the role of fate in our lives. We will invite Oedipus, the tragic hero, whose life was a living hell because of the effect of fate and Socrates, the all-time cynic who believed in the potential of man to rewrite fate even if it did exist. They will share the Dias and debate on this topic...
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Welcome gentlemen! Oedipus: I believe that fate has a very profound effect on the life of people. I too in my younger days did not believe in the prophecy that surrounded my life and always believed that I could rewrite fate. However the lessons of life have proved that man is not above fate and that his every action is guided and determined by fate [Sophocles] Socrates: There is nothing like fate my dear...
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