to pursue ones way
The concept of freedom alone allows us to find the unconditioned and intelligible for the conditioned and sensible without going outside ourselves. For, it is our reason itself which by means of the su...
In every scientific investigation to pursue one’s way with all possible exactness and candor, to pay no heed to offenses that might be given outside its field but, as far as one can, to carry it through truly and completely by itself.
Immanuel Kant – Critique of Practical Reason