KANT, Immanuel Quotes
(1724-1804), German philosopher
What are the aims which are at the same time duties?—they are the perfecting of ourselves, and the happiness of others.
Beneficence is a duty; and he who frequently practises it, and sees his benevolent intentions realized comes, at length, really to love him to whom he has done good.
Beneficence is a duty; and he who frequently practices it and sees his benevolent intentions realized, at length comes to love him to whom he has done good.
So act that your principle of action might safely be made a law for the whole world.
There is a limit where the intellect fails and breaks down, and this limit is where the questions concerning God, and freewill, and immortality arise.
Always so act that the immediate motive of thy will may become a universal rule for all intelligent beings.
Seek not the favor of the multitude; it is seldom got by honest and lawful means. But seek the testimony of the few: and number not voices, but weigh them.
Sincerity is the indispensable ground of all conscientiousness, and by consequence of all heartfelt religion.
Have patience awhile; slanders are not long-lived.—Truth is the child of time; ere long she shall appear to vindicate thee.