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"There are for man only two principles available for a mental grasp of reality, namely, those of teleology and causality. What cannot be brought under either of these categories is absolutely hidden to the human mind. An event not open to an interpretation by one of these two principles is for man inconceivable and mysterious. Change can be conceived as the outcome either of the operation of mechanistic causality or of purposeful behavior; for the human mind there is no third way available."
Ludwig von Mises (more quotes by Ludwig von Mises or books by/about Ludwig von Mises)
(1881-1973) Economist and social philosopher
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