TIL Emmanuel Kant couldn’t bear to perspire. So in summer he’d walk very slowly, and stop in the shade when he‘d overheat. Rain or shine, Kant had to walk. He went alone to breathe through his nose all the way, with his mouth closed, which he believed to be excellent for the body.

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