Immanuel Kant Quote

If it were possible for us to have so deep an insight into a man's character as shown both in inner and in outer actions, that every, even the least, incentive to these actions and all external occasions which affect them were so known to us that his future conduct could be predicted with as great a certainty as the occurrence of a solar or lunar eclipse, we could nevertheless still assert that the man is free.


Metaphysical Works of the Celebrated Immanuel Kant (ed. 1836)

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If it were possible for us to have so deep an insight into a man's character as shown both in inner and in outer actions, that every, even the least, ...

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If it were possible for us to have so deep an insight into a man's character as shown both in inner and in outer actions, that every, even the least, ...

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If it were possible for us to have so deep an insight into a man's character as shown both in inner and in outer actions, that every, even the least, ...

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If it were possible for us to have so deep an insight into a man's character as shown both in inner and in outer actions, that every, even the least, ...