It’s inevitable

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Fatalism is a philosophical doctrine that stresses the subjugation of all events or actions to fate.

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Ājīvika (also written Ajivika or Ajivaka, literally means “living” in Sanskrit) was a system of ancient Indian philosophy and an ascetic movement of the Mahajanapada period in the Indian subcontinent. Ājīvika followers believed that a cycle of reincarnation of the soul was determined by a precise and non-personal cosmic principle called niyati (destiny or fate) that was completely independent of the person’s actions. The same sources therefore make them out to be strict fatalists, who did not believe in karma.


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“If all future occurrences are rigidly determined …, coming events may in some sense be said to exist already. The future exists in the present, and both exist in the past. Time is thus on ultimate analysis illusory”. “Every phase of a process is always present. … in a soul which has attained salvation its earthly births are still present. Nothing is destroyed and nothing is produced. … Not only are all things determined, but their change and development is a cosmic illusion.”[citation needed] Makkhali Gosala (Pāli; BHS: Maskarin Gośāla; Jain Prakrit sources: Gosala Mankhaliputta) was an ascetic teacher of ancient India. He is regarded to have been born in 484 BCE and was a contemporary of Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism, and of Mahavira, the last and 24th Tirthankara of Jainism.

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