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Essay 32: Causality vs. Chaos Theory

From the of the up to now, every phenomenon has experienced various forms and shapes either utterly similar or completely different from its own origin. Although some milestones have specific relationships between their past and future forms, others do have the missing link. It is believed that all phenomena have their own specific association with their initial forms whether genuinely or superficially throughout history.
To begin with, Aristotle said that we live in a world in which not only are principles and rules dominant, but also there is no room for unreasoning events. He also told that anything happens because of special reasons even if we do not know or observe its actual cause or causes. The hierarchy in the whole universe is particularly noticeable evidence, which helps humans to understand better about the existence of causality. If there were no precise relationships and arrangements between phenomena, it would be a fantasy world humans live in. Thus, this complicated and sophisticated world requires finite cause and effect relationships.
Additionally, any action or cause has an effect, even if it is not to see or acknowledge. This will make Newton’s third law of motion: every action has a reaction. To be more precise, every cause has its own direct or indirect consequences because of certain actions. The most important development of cause and effect law lays on the foundation of this planet and nothing more, nothing less.
To conclude, every action has its own reaction, which is deeply rooted in causality. It is felt that humans cannot come to this conclusion that the entire universe or single particle could be formed or come to existence on the premise of chaos theory. 282

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    Dr. Hariri

    Would you rather be happy yet slow-witted and unimaginative, or unhappy yet bright and creative? For instance, would you rather live the life of a brilliant yet tortured artist, such as Vincent van Gogh, or that of a happy but carefree soul who is a bit simple-minded?

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    I prefer to challenge this question at first and bring up my viewpoint next.
    There are different successful people in the world who reached the apex through different procedures. Although some have faced torture to reach their goals, it does not mean we have to necessarily lose something in our life to climb the ladder of success. Anyway, I suppose the most enjoyable part of life is making progress and relying on your abilities to flourish and thrive. So, I personally go for intelligence and innovation rather than happiness along with naivety. Many people have lived an ordinary life so far and repeating this story can never excite me at all. We need to gain new adventurous experiences and foster our abilities so as to break out of comfort zone.

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