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Is unwillkürlich the opposite of willkürlich?
My dictionary translates willkürlich as arbitrary and unwillkürlich as involuntary. I do not understand in what sense these concepts are opposites. Could someone give an example where this becomes ...
Oct 9 '11 at 11:06
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