Pensees by Blaise Pascal
Blaise Pascal (1623-62) was a mathematician and physicist who invented the mechanical calculator and developed probability theory. He also wrote one of the best loved religious works of all time. This series of reflections- pensees – on subjects as varied as infinity, boredom and human nature, lead Pascal to the same conclusion: that reason alone cannot explain our existence and that man needs God in order to be happy. Pascal is equally celebrated for his simple, original prose style as for his profound insights that have influenced generations of thinkers and writers from Kierkegaard to Samuel Becket.
- Folio Society First Impression
- Publisher Folio Society, London; 2011
- Black Buckram Hardback, 368 pp
- Frontispiece with 16 pages of colour plates.
- Size 230 x 160mm, 1.3kg
Condition: Near Fine – SLight Rubbing To Slipcase, Otherwise Unmarked Copy
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