Class Notes: 2/3/17
I was gonna tell a joke about free will, but I decided not to tell it.
Sorry guys I realize that my jokes are getting bad but its mid terms week and I’m tired
Dear mr. stewart, if you read this note, my name is Lootziah not luizah
Red= important Blue= my thoughts Black= Notes Highlight= Star Five Info
The general good come before the individual good?
We are our own worst enemy because
Wait if we have a boundary that we can change, then why when Oedipus tries to change his fate does all this terrible stuff happen? Isn’t this contradictory to the freedom vs. happiness paradox?
How are we our own worst enemy?
Is Sophocles saying try and change your fate or don’t try and change your fate?
Gods have the same emotions and conscious as us because they are projections of ourselves, we create them so we can better control ourselves?
Our reach should exceed our grasp?
Why else would there be a heaven?
We think with our freedom that we control everything?
- We are our own worst enemies because we think we can control everything, so what the gods represent is that which is outside our control…
The biggest think about drama, even more meta cognitive, bring to light and
What darkness represents is the unknown, we self surpass by bringing the darkness to light?