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“You can do what you will but you cannot will what you will.”

Arthur Schopenhauer

What is questioned here is not action itself, but its background. The will is that which needs reflection and thoughtfulness. Which is why human rights have to consider not the action itself, but the respective intent. The philosopher Hegel called this ‘concretion’ while stating that considering action alone was abstract.

 

 

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