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Blaise Pascal, the precociously brilliant contemporary of Descartes, was a gifted mathematician and physicist. Krailsheimer was born in 1921 and was Tutor in French at Christ Church, Oxford, from 1957 until his retirement in 1988. His publications are Studies in Self-Interest (1963), Rabelais and the Franciscans (1965), Three Conteurs of the Sixteenth Century (1966), Rabelais (1967), A. J. de Rancé, Abbot of La Trappe (1974), Pascal (1980), Conversion (1980), Letters of A. de Rancé (1984), Rancé and the Trappist Legacy. 1985) and Correspondance de Rancé (1993).
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Blaise Pascal’s most popular book is Pensées. Krailsheimer (Translator). Honor Levi (Translator). The Provincial Letters by.
Krailsheimer (Translator). Many of these arguments are summarized by Blaise Pascal in his The Provincial Letters. Pascal wasn’t crazy, and this book, which fell closely on the heels of his Vision, remains proof of his razor-sharp reasoning. The timing of his wit within its pages is bang-on, his irony caustic. Pascal's sister was a nun at Port-Royal, which was under fire by the Jesuits were acceding to the "heresies" of Jansenius, Bishop of Ypres.
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Blaise Pascal was born in Clermont in 1623, the son of a government official Dr.
Blaise Pascal was born in Clermont in 1623, the son of a government official. During his short life he left his mark on mathematics, physics, religious controversy and literature. A convert to Jansenism, he engaged with gusto in a controversy with the Jesuits, which gave rise to his Lettres Provinciales on which, with the Pensées, his literary fame chiefly rests. A remarkable stylist, he is regarded by many as the greatest of French prose artists. He died, after a long illness, in 1662.
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Blaise Pascal, A. Krailsheimer. Blaise Pascal, the precociously brilliant contemporary of Descartes, was a gifted mathematician and physicist, but it is his unfinished apologia for the Christian religion upon which his reputation now rests
Blaise Pascal, A. Blaise Pascal, the precociously brilliant contemporary of Descartes, was a gifted mathematician and physicist, but it is his unfinished apologia for the Christian religion upon which his reputation now rests. The Pensees is a collection of philosohical fragments, notes and essays in which Pascal explores the contradictions of human nature in pscyhological, social, metaphysical and - above all - theological terms