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March 19, 1982

Kant, Sartre, and the Categorical Imperative-Reply

Author Affiliations

Lange Medical Publications Los Altos, Calif

JAMA. 1982;247(11):1566. doi:10.1001/jama.1982.03320360018018
Abstract

In Reply.—  I do not say it was not Kant, only that it was Sartre: "Tout se passe comme si, pour tout homme, toute l'humanite avait les yeux fixes sur ce qu'il fait et se reglait sur ce qu'il fait."1 ["For every man, everything happens as if all humanity has its eyes fixed on what he does and guides itself by what he does."]

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