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I recall hearing in yeshiva that one great rabbi -- I think one of the baalei mussar? once said:

If a horse had the mind of Kant, it would author volume after volume of great philosphical works -- all about that a horse should eat oats.

Can anyone identify who said this, please?

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Guessing game?. – Seth J Oct 23 '12 at 14:54
    
Shalom, you could improve this question a bit and possibly allay @SethJ's concern by editing in a bit of motivation regarding why you want to know who said this. – Isaac Moses Oct 23 '12 at 16:46

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