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Daily Archives: December 3, 2017
I read Blaise Pascal’s Pensees over the past month. Specifically, I read the Penguin Classics edition, for which A.J. Krailsheimer wrote the introduction and translated. Blaise Pascal was a seventeenth century mathematician. His Pensees contain his reflections, primarily about religion, … Continue reading