Robinson Crusoe

what does crusoe consider more important to his survivial his own ingenuity or gods providence?

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In Robinson Crusoe, the main character determines and seems to believe that the providence of god is more important that his own ability to survive or his creative problem solving. This is because he realizes that on some level even clever people can die and at some point 'luck' or 'God's providence' have to play a role.