Existentialism Essay | The Uncontrollable Destiny: Existentialism Vs. Characters of Greek Mythology

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The Uncontrollable Destiny: Existentialism Vs. Characters of Greek Mythology

Summary: This essay reflects on existentialism and parallels it to characters found in Greek mythology.
For numerous years, many people lived their lives doing constant work. Some of those people did it without having any meaning to why they did it. The word existentialism gives a new meaning to that concept. Existentialism is the interpretation of human situation to understand, for example, suffering and meaninglessness in a person's life. Existentialism outlines the concepts of understanding human situations. Some people have not realized that many concepts of existentialism are displayed in stories that have been passed down from one generation to the next. Many stories of mythology display the concepts of existentialism. One concept that is displayed in some stories of mythology is that human beings are forced into terror, fear, and alienation because of their lack of ability to control their "fate" or destiny.

Iphigenia is the story about a girl who is forced into alienation...

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