Chapter 6: Fate Benjamin amann

Chapter 6 talked about the idea of Fatalism. Fatalism began mainly in Greece and evolved into modern day psychics and fortune-tellers.


Fatalism is the belief that all events are predetermined.

The Greeks also used fatalism to explain things that they could not explain. They believed that if there was no logical reason for something to happen, it must have been fate.

Free Will

On the contrary, the idea of free will is believing that everyone has the power to make their own decisions. Free will says that people are conscious and that their actions are not predetermined.

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