The Miscellaneous Writings of Pascal; Consisting of Letters, Essays, Conversations and Miscellaneous Thoughts (the Greater Part Heretofore Unpublished in this Country, and a Large Portion from Original MSS.) Newly Translated from the French Edition of P. Faugère. With Introduction and Notes by G. Pearce

The Miscellaneous Writings of Pascal; Consisting of Letters, Essays, Conversations and Miscellaneous Thoughts (the Greater Part Heretofore Unpublished in this Country, and a Large Portion from Original MSS.) Newly Translated from the French Edition of P. Faugère. With Introduction and Notes by G. Pearce

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Blaise Pascal, George PEARCE. of a luminous body :a€ as if luminous, could convey any other idea than that of light ! * We cannot attempt to define being (or to be) r without a similar absurdity; for we cannot define any word without beginninganbsp;...


Title:The Miscellaneous Writings of Pascal; Consisting of Letters, Essays, Conversations and Miscellaneous Thoughts (the Greater Part Heretofore Unpublished in this Country, and a Large Portion from Original MSS.) Newly Translated from the French Edition of P. Faugère. With Introduction and Notes by G. Pearce
Author:Blaise Pascal, George PEARCE
Publisher: - 1849
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