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“Pensées” by Blaise Pascal (1967)

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Great and simple edition from 1967.

The Pensées (literally Thoughts) is a compilation of posthumous works from the French philosopher and is mainly an apology for Christianity.
Blaise Pascal was a prodigy of his time. He kind of invented calculating machines and also strongly influenced the development of modern economics and social science.

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Weight 230 g
Dimensions 11 × 2,5 × 16,5 cm
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1967

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