René Descartes Quote

But if there were machines bearing the image of our bodies, and capable of imitating our actions as far as it is morally possible, there would still remain two most certain tests whereby to know that they were not therefore really men.


Discourse on the Method (1637)

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But if there were machines bearing the image of our bodies, and capable of imitating our actions as far as it is morally possible, there would still...

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But if there were machines bearing the image of our bodies, and capable of imitating our actions as far as it is morally possible, there would still...

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But if there were machines bearing the image of our bodies, and capable of imitating our actions as far as it is morally possible, there would still...

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But if there were machines bearing the image of our bodies, and capable of imitating our actions as far as it is morally possible, there would still...