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SHOWS FALLACY OF FATALISM.
Delicate Subtlety Marks Talk by Chesterton; Does Not Believe in Inevitable Fates, He Says; Predictions Presuppose That Rules Will be Kept.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Jan 24, 1921
Start Page: I2
Pages: 1
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NEW YORK, Jan. 23.--G.K. Chesterton spoke in the Times Square Theater yesterday in answer to his question: "Shall We Abolish the Inevitable?" With humorous illustration and delicate subtlety he showed the fallacy of fatalism, the uselessness of prophecy in the field of human affairs.

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