Know: What happens & why in prologos, episodos, and epilogos for optional final
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How many Marxists does it take to screw in a light bulb?
None, it contains its own seeds for revolution. (Get it cause revolution as in turning in circles, so the light bulb screws itself in??) Hahahhahahaha I haven’t slept in 3 days yikes
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By trying to escape their fate- you commit a rash act, namely ate
How does Laius commit the same act of ate?
- They cast away Oedipus as a child in order to escape fate
Aren’t they using their freedom and dealing with what their dealt??
- Because they are thinking rashly they aren’t escaping their fate in an effective way
- The pre determination, fate or destiny?
Does Oedipus pay a price for using his free will?
- Can we change what’s going to happen to us? We can only change what we can control; all we can control are our emotions
If we learn what specifically Oedipus does wrong that leads to him not accepting his fate- is this accurate for all of us or is it relativized?