Chauncey Wright Quote: “By what criterion… can we distinguish…”

By what criterion… can we distinguish among the numberless effects, that are also causes, and among the causes that may, for aught we can know, be also effects, – how can we distinguish which are the means and which are the ends?

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Name: Chauncey Wright
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: American
Birthday: September 10, 1830
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