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How does the fact that Caesar’s death is a competition between fate and free will reflect the essence of humanity? Fate has total control; free will is nonexistent. Life is full of choices, but with careful consideration, the outcome can be predicted; free will oftentimes overpowers fate. Free will has total control; fate is nonexistent. Life is full of choices and unknown outcomes; fate oftentimes overpowers free will.

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