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  1. So I'll tell you what a clever Carl Jung said for fate:

    “When you are not aware of what is happening inside you, from the outside it seems like fate.”

    That is, fate is when you automatically go with the flow on an uncontrolled raft, hitting first one bank, then the other, then getting stuck until the next flood caught on a fallen tree.

    To realize something, you need to sail through fate consciously, picking up an oar. Well, or at least start to see what's ahead and at least something to row.

    1. It is not a fact that determinism предполагает presupposes the theoretical possibility of knowing one's future. Perhaps it is agnosticism that is inherent in the universe and we will never be able to know our future)

    2. Let's say that this is not the case and we have learned our future. This creates a paradox, like going back in time and killing your grandfather. What will happen to us? It turns out that if fate is known to us, then we can easily change it, which means that fate is not known to us. After all, even by knowing fate itself, we make changes in the deterministic world and change it…

    PS. It turns out I just proved the unknowability of the world((((

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