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The historic movement that began in the 1700s known today as the Enlightenment changed the way we thought about things It opposed the tragic sense and fate The Enlightenment made people examine the way they thought and posed as a great debate for the tragic sense The Enlightenment and the law of progress are two ideas that people of today can relate better too because one will always strive to make a better life for hisher self and because one will always try and change our course of action The reason why people want to live is to make a better life for them or just simply to live in comfort People from day one were doing this same thing as well as they just called it their fate Fate is what brought them to do this People also in early ages of the earth thought of themselves as being small in the world Thinking that you are small in the world does not give oneself any hope It rips away that feeling of I can do better and forces oneself to do nothing about hisher life For example if Bell hadnt has a communication problem and did not want to fix it we would not have the telephone He could have easily done nothing but he decided he wanted to better himself and his life In The Catcher in the Rye do you think that Holden did not want to better himself and his life Salinger I think not That is the reason he left in the first place Humans are not weak and we play a big part in this world and wanting a better life benefits not only oneself but that of others as well Everyone always tries to change their course of action This is why some people have a midlife crisis We can always change our fate because we do not know what it is Some people would argue that
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