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Author: Morris Bishop
Publisher: New York, Reynal & Hitchcock [©1936]
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Bishop, Morris, 1893-1973.
Pascal, the life of genius.
New York, Reynal & Hitchcock [©1936]
(OCoLC)560052159
Named Person: Blaise Pascal; Blaise Pascal
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Morris Bishop
OCLC Number: 1308885
Description: x pages, 2 leaves, 398 pages frontispiece, illustrations, plates, portraits, diagrams 24 cm
Contents: The prodigy : The forbears ; The childhood of genius ; The discovery of geometry ; The academie libre ; Jacqueline ; L'amour tyrannique --
The inventor : Rouen ; Jacqueline in Rouen ; The calculating machine --
The convert : The climate of opinion ; Port-royal of opinion ; Port-royal, Jansen, and Saint-Cyran ; The first conversion ; The controversy with saint-Ange ; The froward body --
The Physicist : The state of physics ; Pascal's work on the vacuum ; Descartes ; Les experiences nouvelles touchant le vide ; The controversy with Pere Noel ; The great experiment of the Puy de Dome ; The treatise on the equilibrium of liquids ; Pascal and scientific method ; The farewell to physics --
The mathematician : Conics ; The theory of numbers ; The spirit of geometry ; The cycloid ; Grand total --
The man of the world : Port-royal-de-Paris ; Jacqueline's vocation ; A year in Auvergne ; The duc de Roannez ; Mere ; Mitton ; The journey to Poitou ; The death of Etienne Pascal ; The bride of Christ ; The world --
The lover : Love ; Charlotte of the passion ; The discourse sur les passions de l'amour ; The enemy of love --
The mystic : De contemptu Mundi ; The ecstasy ; Vision or hallucination? ; After the ecstasy --
The penitent : Leaving the world ; Port-royal-des-champs ; Penitence ; The educator ; The mystere de Jesus ; The interview with M. De Saci --
The Polemist : Jansenist and Jesuit ; The new champion ; The first phase of the war ; The miracle of the Holy Thorn ; The second phase of the war ; The third phase of the war ; The last phase of the war ; The faith of the provinciales ; The art of the provinciales ; The influence of the provinciales --
The philosopher : The idea of the apology ; The preparation of the apology ; The method of the apology ; The unwritten apology ; The theology of the apology ; The philosophy of the apology ; The psychology of the apology ; The social philosophy of the apology ; The art of the apology ; The poetry of the apology ; The life of the apology --
The saint : The affair of the cycloid ; Body and soul ; The fivepenny carriages ; The affair of the signature ; The saint ; Death ; Controversy ; The survivors --
The man
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