Fate v freewill
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"There was an oracle once that came to Laius,- I will not say that it was Phoebus' own, but it was from his servents-and it told him that it was fate that he should die a victim of his own son, a son to be born of Laius and me."
" I fled to somewhere where I should not see fulfilled the infamies told in that dreadful oracle."
"Because Polybus was no kin to you in blood... A gift he took from these hands of mine."
"With such clues I could not fail to bring my birth to light."
"O be persuaded by me, I entreat you; do not do this."
"O Oedipus, God help you! God keep you from the knowledge of who you are! ... O Oedipus, unhappy Oedipus! that is all I can call you, and the last thing that I shall ever call you."
Fate Vs. Freewill
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