Free-Will in Macbeth.
The renowned William Shakespeare had once postulated, "It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves." Conversely, via distinct imagery he portrays that only the opposite of true - destiny is not in the hands of the beholder. In Macbeth, the underlying question of fate vs. free will is heavily expounded upon through symbols such as those of night and darkness. Two diametric schools of thought exist regarding fate v. free will; existentialism or the belief that each person defines their future by their decided actions and fatalism, the belief that the outcome of all events…
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