We often identify our actions, whether good or bad, with ourselves, and insist that we should all take responsibility for what we do. Deeds, we say, entail consequences and reveal character. What do the Bhagavad Gita and Hamlet say about such a viewpoint?

We often identify our actions, whether good or bad, with ourselves, and insist that we should all take responsibility for what we do. Deeds, we say, entail consequences and reveal character. What do the Bhagavad Gita and Hamlet say about such a viewpoint?

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