"Everyone may seek his own happiness in the way that seems good to himself, provided that he infringe not such freedom of others to strive after a similar end as is consistent with the freedom of all according to a possible general law."
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Immanuel Kant
(1724-1804) German philosopher
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 -- Ronw13, OR      
Putting that theory into practice is what it is all about.
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    A what should be, to all, self evident verity. 
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    We hold this truth to be self evident. Liberty, inalienable rights, natural law and justice are inherently equal to each and every, any and all.
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