Pensees De Pascal - Vol. 2
B 1901 .P42 .H382 1881 vol. 2
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Blaise Pascal [1623-1662] was a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer, and Catholic theologian
Pensees de Pascal by Blaise Pascal is a collection of fragments on theology and philosophy. These fragments were the notes Pascal made in preparation for an apology for Christianity. This is the third edition, revised and corrected, published in the authentic text with an introduction, notes and remarks by Ernest Havet. Volume 2 contains Table Analytique et Lexique (Analytical Table and Lexicon) and Table des Noms Propres (Table of Proper Names).
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Theology, Catholic Church, Apologetics, Catholic Doctrines
Catholic Studies | Christianity | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
B 1901 .P42 .H382 1881 vol. 2; Pascal, Blaise; and Havet, Ernest, "Pensees De Pascal - Vol. 2" (1881). Rare Books. 32.