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Pensees by Blaise Pascal, Franklin Library 100 Greatest, Leather, 1979 Ltd Ed.


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This is Pensees by Blaise Pascal.
With an introduction by T.S. Eliot.

A Limited Edition.

Published in 1979 in the Franklin Library
Franklin Center, Pennsylvania

Has a beautifully decorated cover and leather binding.

Size: 9x6.5x1.5

"During the night of November 23, 1654, the French philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal experienced a profound religious conversion. Thereafter he always carried with him a description of the event:From about 10:30 at night, until about 12:30. FIRE. God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob, not of the philosophers and of the learned. Certitude, certitude, feeling, joy, peace. God of Jesus Christ . . . Jesus Christ. . . . Let me never be separated from Him.

Pascal went on to write his Pensées and thereby became one of the most passionate defenders of the Christian faith."

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