Isaac Asimov Quote

If you were to insist I was a robot, you might not consider me capable of love in some mystic human sense, but you would not be able to distinguish my reactions from that which you would call love — so what difference would it make?


Chapter 20 Conclusion section 4, p. 420 - The Foundation series - Foundation's Edge (1982)

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If you were to insist I was a robot, you might not consider me capable of love in some mystic human sense, but you would not be able to distinguish...

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If you were to insist I was a robot, you might not consider me capable of love in some mystic human sense, but you would not be able to distinguish...

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If you were to insist I was a robot, you might not consider me capable of love in some mystic human sense, but you would not be able to distinguish...

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If you were to insist I was a robot, you might not consider me capable of love in some mystic human sense, but you would not be able to distinguish...