Immanuel Kant Quote

Deaths, births, and marriages, considering how much they are separately dependent on the freedom of the human will, should seem to be subject to no law according to which any calculation could be made beforehand of their amount; and yet the yearly registers of these events in great countries prove that they go on with as much conformity to the laws of nature as the oscillations of the weather.


The Idea of a Universal History in a Cosmopolitical Plan (ed. 1927)

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Deaths, births, and marriages, considering how much they are separately dependent on the freedom of the human will, should seem to be subject to no...

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Deaths, births, and marriages, considering how much they are separately dependent on the freedom of the human will, should seem to be subject to no...

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Deaths, births, and marriages, considering how much they are separately dependent on the freedom of the human will, should seem to be subject to no...

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Deaths, births, and marriages, considering how much they are separately dependent on the freedom of the human will, should seem to be subject to no...