Freewill Verses Fate
Oedipus is a play that delves into the themes of freewill and fate throughout its entirety. This is the story of a man and his struggles against his own destiny and his fight for the future that he desires. Oedipus wanted to deny his own predestination and make his own life.
The story all began by a prophecy upon Oedipus' life that one day he would kill his father, defile his mother's
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to his own fate and never break through to the creation of his own life. Freewill is an abstract ingredient to fate, in which we all must believe that freewill is upon us, but that fate is in control. His search for truth was clear, only he had no choice in the matter. The story is a true testament to fate and predestination, which is why is has been, and will be, respected in time.