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Kant: Political Writings (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) [Paperback]

Immanuel Kant , H. S. Reiss , H. B. Nisbet
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Whatever conception of the freedom of the will one may form in terms of metaphysics, the will's manifestations in the world of phenomena, i.e. human actions, are determined in accordance with natural laws, as is every other natural event. Read the first page
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