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The Provincial Letters of Blaise Pascal () – GOHD Books
The Fourth Discourse. The following part of the fourth Dialogue. The Fifth Discourse. The following part of the fifth Discourse.
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A Writing of the R. The sixth Discourse. The following part of the sixth Discourse. The seventh Discourse. The remaining part, of the Treatise of Equivocations and Mental Reservations.
The Provincial Letters
All Digital Collections. Add to bookbag. The discourses of Cleander and Eudoxus upon the provincial letters.
Pascal, Blaise, Jesuits -- Controversial literature. The Second Discourse.