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See details. In a sense this idea is part of the wider conception of predestination, the idea that most human fortunes are determined before the birth of the individual, perhaps even as early as the creation of the world. Sometimes the terms indicating it refer to divine decree, but often one has the impression that the power of fate is independent and is subordinate neither to Ohrmazd nor to Ahreman.
When it acts on its own, its intervention is never explained as motivated by ethical or religious considerations, and one may be led to the conclusion that this power is morally indifferent and that its decree is arbitrary, which is why it appears in such unexpected and unpredictable a manner.
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This has been interpreted as the contrast between fate and divine providence by E. The power of fate was described by the same composition as capable of causing the wise man to be deluded in his actions, and the ignorant to be intelligent in his action, etc.
Sasanian thinkers sought to define and explain the scope of the effectiveness of the intervention of fate in human life. It has been suggested that this formula reflects a borrowing from a Neoplatonic source cf. In another text they are compared to two bales on the back of a mule.
An elaborate scheme dividing the spheres of human existence among the various elements which make it up is found quoted in several places in Pahlavi literature cf. Shaked, Wisdom of the Sasanian Sages.
Fate does not change things radically, it is specified in a number of instances, but it creates the necessary conditions so that an action should be effective. It may be argued that orthodox Zoroastrians were not much less given to faith in the overwhelming dominion of fate in the world than those who adopted the Zurvanite myth. Much the same range of ideas about fate and human power is present in the early Islamic literature in Persian, with the variation that the delicate relationship between fate and the divine is here often expressed in Islamic terms.
Both the astronomical terms and those relating to decree and predestination are very commonly employed, especially in works which reflect the influences of pre-Islamic Iran.
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Jackson, Zoroastrian Studies , New York, , pp. Shaked, Boulder, Colorado, , pp. Submitted tags will be reviewed by site administrator before it is posted online.