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Essay | Fate Versus Free Will

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Fate Versus Free Will

Summary: Debates the concepts of free will versus fate. Provides evidence in support of each. Explores how each is depicted in Oedipus, by Sophocles.
A newborn baby lies housed in an artificial womb; tubes invade the small fragile body like over grown weeds. The parents weep openly as they watch their precious child lie motionless as it fights for every breath. The tiny machines beep loudly around them as they carefully survey the room counting all the other synthetic wombs that house small bodies. A nurse over hears the desperate parents sorrow as they search for answer to why their child has to suffer." Is it pre-determined fate" the father says, " that our child is destined to die"" The mother stares blankly at her husband; she can see his lips move but cannot comprehend what he is saying, her mind is focused on what she must have done wrong. " How can this be part of our pre- determined fate"" She says as the words of her husband begin to sink...

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