Fyodor Dostoyevsky about complexity (“The Idiot”, 1874) - We must never forget that human motives are generally far more complicated than we are apt to suppose, and that we can very rarely accurately describe the motives of another.
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We must never forget that human motives are generally far more complicated than we are apt to suppose, and that we can very rarely accurately describe the motives of another.
 Fyodor DostoyevskyThe Idiot (1874). copy citation

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