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This book formed the 48th volume of the Harvard Classics series. This massive collection, designed to provide the elements of a liberal education, was compiled by distinguished Harvard University President Charles Eliot in the early 1900s. Packed with the essential works of the western classical tradition, the Harvard Classics collection remains one of the most comprehensive and well-researched anthologies of all time – a must-have library for students and lovers of the classics.
The book is divided into three parts –
Translated BY W. F. TROTTER
Translated BY M. L. BOOTH
Translated BY O. W. WIGHT
The book remains a standard reference work on this French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer and Christian philosopher. T. S. Eliot described Blaise Pascal during the middle phase of his life as “A man of the world among ascetics, and an ascetic among men of the world.”