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Thoughts

Author: Blaise Pascal
Publisher: New York : Collier, 1961, ©1938.
Series: Harvard classics, v. 48.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Registered edView all editions and formats
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Pascal, Blaise, 1623-1662.
Thoughts.
New York : Collier, 1961, ©1938
(OCoLC)894771888
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Blaise Pascal
OCLC Number: 1907614
Notes: "The five-foot shelf of books."
Description: 444 pages, 1 leaf of plates : portrait ; 23 cm.
Contents: Thoughts --
Letters --
Minor works. Epitaph of M. Pascal, Pere ; Prayer, to Ask of God the Proper Use of Sickness ; Comparison Between Christians of Early Times and Those of to-day ; Discourses on the Condition of the Great ; On the Conversion of the Sinner ; Conversation of Pascal with M. de Saci on Epictetus and Montaigne ; Art of persuasion ; Discourse on the passion of life ; Of the geometrical spirit ; Preface to the treatise on vacuum ; New fragment of the treatise on vacuum.
Series Title: Harvard classics, v. 48.
Responsibility: Blaise Pascal ; tr. by W.F. Trotter ; Letters / tr. by M.L. Booth ; Minor works / tr. by O.W. Wight ; with introductions and notes.

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