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Philosophy

As we have more
spiritDefinition of spirit: The essence of the non-physical nature of life. Also: the sophisticated, refined expression of life.
, we find that there is more original
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
. The common
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
have no difference between men.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

So we never
liveDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
, but we hope to live; and we always have to be happy, it is inevitable that we are never.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

So goes
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
. We're looking for rest in fighting a few obstacles; and if you overcome them, the rest becomes unbearable.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Instead of doing what was right was strong, we did that which was strong was just.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is the heart that feels
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
, and not the reason.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It's the present, usually hurts us. We hide from our view, because it afflicts us and if find it us pleasant, we regret to see it escape.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It's a
naturalDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
disease to humans to believe that he has the
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Is to be unhappy than to want and not
beingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
able to.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Because in the end, what did a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
in
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
? A void with respect to infinity, a whole against nothingness, a medium between nothing and everything.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Because it is much more beautiful to
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
something than to know all about one thing; This universality is the most beautiful.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

What can the virtue of a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is not measured by its efforts, but by his ordinary.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

What makes to if far in
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
, it is that we do not
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
that we will need something other than what you like.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

What amazes me the most is to see that everyone is not surprised by his weakness.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Who kills a criminal without authority goes criminal himself.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Those we call old were really new in all
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

As done fashion approval also done justice.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Curiosity is nothing but vanity. In most cases, we don't want to talk about.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Whence that lame us not irritate and that a lame
spiritDefinition of spirit: The essence of the non-physical nature of life. Also: the sophisticated, refined expression of life.
irritates us? Because that lame recognizes that we'll be right and that a lame spirit says that it is we who boitons.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

In a great soul, everything is great.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Two
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
instruct
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
of his
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
: instinct and
experienceDefinition of experiences: The amount of experiences that a person had in his life have, as well as in the wider sense the related conclusions thus.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Two speeding tickets: exclude the reason, don't admit that the reason.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Two similar faces, which none does laugh, laugh together by their resemblance.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
is an infinite sphere whose center is everywhere and circumference nowhere.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
. Some fear to lose, others fear to find.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Telling the
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
is useful to those to whom it is said, but disadvantageous to those who say it, because they hate themselves.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Sayer of
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
words, bad temper.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Doubt
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
, is believing.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Between us, and hell or heaven, there is only
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
between the two, which is the
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
of the more fragile world.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is much
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
to
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
something than to know all about one thing.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is dangerous to say to the
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
that the laws are not fair, because it obeys because he believes them fair.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

He must not
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
that
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
and hate than oneself.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

You should
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
doubt where need, where to, and abide there. Which does so does not have the force of reason.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

You should
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
doubt where you submit there, believe there.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Need to
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
oneself. When it would not find the true that at least is used to adjust his
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
, and there is nothing more fair.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is important to all
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
whether the soul is mortal or immortal.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is not
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
to be too
freeDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is not certain that everything is certain.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is not certain that everything is uncertain.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is not shameful for the
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
to succumb under the pain and it is shameful to succumb under the pleasure.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

There is
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
in this
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
than the hope of another life.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

There are only two kinds of
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
: just some, who feel sinful: other fishermen, who believe they are fair.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It does not sound like a cannon to prevent his
thoughtsDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
. Need a weather vane or a pulley noise.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It takes no less than capacity to go to nothingness until all.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

There is enough
lightDefinition of light: In classical physics, light is the electromagnetic radiation that is visible to the human eye. Actually, light is of quantum objects, photons. The wavy appearance is caused by their quantum character.
for those who don't want to see, and quite dark for those who have a contrary provision.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

There are
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
who lie simply to lie.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

There are unable to be defined words.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

There are two types of
mindDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
: the spirit of finesse and the spirit of geometry.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

There are many who believe but by
superstitionDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
. There are many who do not believe, but by licentiousness.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

They don't
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
that it is that hunting and not taking what they are looking for.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Incomprehensible
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
be, and incomprehensible that it is not.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Incredible
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
unite us.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Never do evil so completely and so gaily that when we do by conscience.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

I did this this long letter because I did have
timeDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
to make it shorter.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

I do believe that the witnesses who are willing to be slaughtered.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Jesus
ChristDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
is a
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
whom we approach without pride and under which down without despair.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

LoveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
or hate change justice front. And how a lawyer paid
wellDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
in advance is more just cause he pleads.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

LoveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
has no age: it is still nascent.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The art of persuading consists as much in him to approve on behalf of convince.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Extreme
mindDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
is accused of madness, as the extreme default... It's out of humanity than to get out of the middle.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

ManDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is born for fun: he feels, it does point to other evidence.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is full of needs: he loves only those who can fill them all.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is a Reed, the weakest of
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
, but he is a
thinkingDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
Reed.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

ManDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is neither Angel nor beast, and misfortune wants the beast who wants to make the Angel done.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
who loves only self hates nothing so much as to be alone.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The imagination has everything; She is beauty, justice, and happiness, which is the whole of the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Imagination's the mistress error and falsehood, even more deceitful that it is not always.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The imagination can make wise fools, but it makes them happy endlessly the reason which cannot make that miserable
friendsDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Imagination, is this part disappointing in humans, this mistress error and falsehood, and more cunning than she is not always.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The order of
thoughtDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
is to start by itself, and its author and its end.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Continuous eloquence bored.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Eloquence is a painting of
thoughtDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
; those who after having painted, add, make a table instead of a portrait.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The most important
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
in
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
is the choice of the trade: has the chance.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Concupiscence and strength are the sources of all our actions. Concupiscence is volunteers, force the involuntary.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Concupiscence we became
naturalDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
and made our second
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
. So there are two natures within us: one
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
, the other evil. Where is
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
? Where you are not.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The
knowledgeDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
of
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
without that of his misery is the pride. The knowledge of his misery without God's despair.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The custom is a second
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
which destroyed the first.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The last
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
to find leaving a book is the one that should be the first.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The last step of reason is to recognize that there are an infinite number of
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
that surpasses.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The sweetness of the glory is so great that something that you tie it, even to the death, we
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
him.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The delicacy is a gift of
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
, and not an acquisition of art.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Force is the Queen of the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
and not opinion, but opinion is the one that use the force.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Justice without force is powerless force without justice is tyrannical.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Even fashion and countries regulate the so-called beauty.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The multitude that cannot be reduced to unity is confusion; the unit which is independent of the multitude is tyranny.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

NatureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
has some perfections to show that she is the image of
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
, and defects to show that it is only the image.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
of man is not to go; She has his comings and goings.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

NatureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
be imitated. A seed thrown in
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
earth produces. A principle cast in a good
spiritDefinition of spirit: The essence of the non-physical nature of life. Also: the sophisticated, refined expression of life.
produced.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The greatest evidence of Jesus
ChristDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
are the prophecies. It's also to what
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
the most filled. because the event that filled them is a miracle remaining since the birth of the church until the end.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The reason may
wellDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
scream; She can put the price on things.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The reason command us far more imperiously master; because in disobeying one we're unhappy, and in disobedience to the other it is foolish.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Wisdom sends us to childhood.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The only
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
that consoles us our miseries is entertainment, and yet it is the largest of our miseries.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The succession of researchers is comparable to one
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
who learns indefinitely.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Tyranny is of wanting what you can't have that with another way.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

LifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
is
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
to study and teach mathematics.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Tumultuous
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
is
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
to great
mindsDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
; but those who are poor have no pleasure, they are machines everywhere.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Violence and the
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
can nothing on the other.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The real and unique virtue is to hate each other.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The real
moralDefinition of moral: Guiding principles or generally accepted societal value judgments.
mocks
moralityDefinition of moral: Guiding principles or generally accepted societal value judgments.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The true eloquence mocks eloquence.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
is so obscured in these
timesDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
, and falsehood so established, that unless we
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
the truth, cannot recognize it.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

ChristDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
will always be a mystery for one believes.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Happiness is outside of us or us. It is in
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
, and out and we.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The heart has its reasons that reason does not
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Randomly gives
thoughtsDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
and randomly removes them.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The lack of definition is rather a perfection that a defect, because it does not come from their dark, but instead of their extreme obviously.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The nose of Cleopatra, had it been shorter, the whole face of the Earth would have changed.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The past and the present are our means; the only future is our end.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The pleasure of adults is to make
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
happy.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The biggest headache is the civil wars.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Respect for the
humanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
person is based on its irreplaceable character.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Silence is the greatest persecution; never the saints don't have fallen silent.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The eternal silence of these infinite spaces frightens me.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The weather and my mood have little liaison; I have my fog and my weather inside of me.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

TimeDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
heals the pain and strife because they are, it is no longer the same person.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The real ends often fake.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The beautiful hidden shares are the most valuable.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

MenDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
have contempt for
religionDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
. They are in hate and fear to be true.



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Philosophy

MenDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
govern more by whim than by reason.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

MenDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
are necessarily care, that would be crazy, by another round of insanity, be not mad.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

MenDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
, could not cure the death, misery, ignorance, are advised to get happy to point to
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
about.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Inventions that are not
knownDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
are always more censors as approvers.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Respect means: inconvenienced you.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The rivers are paths walking, and who are where you want to go.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The senses often abuse the reason by false appearances.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The eyes are the interpreters of the heart, but there is only one who is interest who hears their language.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Mine, yours. -That is the beginning and the image of the usurpation of the whole earth.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

MoralityDefinition of moral: Guiding principles or generally accepted societal value judgments.
and language are specific but universal science.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Unable to strengthen justice, one justified force.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The contradiction is mark of falsity or the incontradiction is brand of
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Our instinct makes us feel that we must seek our happiness out of us.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Our intelligence holds the same rank as our bodies in the scope of the
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
in the order of intelligible
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Our reason is always disappointed by the inconstancy of appearances.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We swell our designs beyond the imaginable areas, we produce that atoms, priced at the reality of
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We run carefree over the precipice, once we put something in front of to stop to see.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We always have to be happy it is inevitable that we are never.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We are never in the present tense. We remember the past; We anticipate the future as too slow to come, as to hasten its course.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We are pleasant to rest in the company of our fellow
humanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
beings: miserable like us, helplessly like us, they will help us. we die alone.



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Philosophy

We are so presumptuous, we would like to be
knownDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
throughout the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
, and even the
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
who will come when we will no longer.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We want the
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
, and don't find us only uncertainty.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We like
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
than hunting.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We must have pity each and others, but we must have for each a pity that is born of tenderness, and for others a pity that arises from contempt.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

We consulted that the ear because there is a lack of heart.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

There is nothing just or unjust unchanging quality by changing climate.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

You can see three main
objectsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
in the study of
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
: one, to discover, when it is sought to prove, when it has it, the last, to discern from the false when examined.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It feels
naturallyDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
far more capable to arrive at the center of
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
than to kiss their circumference.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Formed by the
mindDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
and feelings by the conversations.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

It is
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
, convinced for the ordinary, for the reasons we ourselves found, than by those who have come to the
mindsDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
of others.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

ThinkingDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
makes the
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Nobody talks in our presence as he speaks in our absence. The union between
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is based on this mutual deception.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Few friendships remain, if everyone
knewDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
what his friend said of him when he is not.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Little comforts us because little afflicts us.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Few
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
speak of doubt by doubting.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Pleasant justice than a river Terminal.
TruthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
below the Pyrenees, error in the past.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Almost all of the misfortunes of
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
come from the misconceptions we have about what happens to us.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Since it cannot be universal in knowing what may know about everything, you should know about everything.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

What is
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
in
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
? A void with respect to infinity, a whole against nothingness, a medium between nothing and everything.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Let a King all alone without company,
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
about it at leisure. and we see that a King without entertainment is a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
full of miseries.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

That
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
is happy when she begins by
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
and ends with ambition. If I had to choose one, I'd take it.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

When a speech, in words repeated, and trying to correct them, find them if own one spoil the speech, let's let them.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

When you
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
, it seems that we have any other souls when you like!



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

When we see the
naturalDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
style, we're all surprised and delighted, because it was expected to see an author, and you get a man.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

That each one examine his
thoughtsDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
, he finds them all occupied in the past and in the future. We are almost to the present.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

That helps the
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
gains the whole
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
, if he loses his soul? Who wants to keep his soul will lose it.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

What
religionDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
will teach us so to cure pride and lust?



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

What vanity than painting that attracts admiration by the resemblance of the
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
we admire point the originals!



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Any possession that
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
has on Earth, some
healthDefinition of health: A relative term that describes a desirable norm of non-presence of disease.
and essential convenience there, he is not satisfied if it is not in the esteem of
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Who
knowsDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
if not that half of
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
where we ensure another sleep a little different from the first.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Although
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
have no interest in what they say, do not conclude from there absolutely that they lie because there are people who lie simply to lie.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

If they are bigger that we... they have feet as low as ours.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Mock philosophy, it's really philosophizing.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

If the
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
is studying the first, he would see how he is unable to override.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

If
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
knewDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
what they say to each other, there are no four
friendsDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
in the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

If all
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
knewDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
what each other say, there are no four
friendsDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
in the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

All the major entertainment are dangerous for the
ChristianDefinition of religion: A worldview, based on the belief in one or more supernatural, unearthly, extrasensory forces and principles, that transcend the physical universe.
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
; but between all those
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
has invented, is there point is more to fear than the comedy.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

All
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
seek happiness, even those who go to hang.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

All
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
naturallyDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
hate each other.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

What was weak can never be absolutely strong.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

All the unhappiness of
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
just one
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
, which is don't remain at rest in a room.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

All the unhappiness of
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
from one
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
, that is does not remain at rest, in a room.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

All our reasoning boils down to give way to feeling.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

The rest of the
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
should be considered as one
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
...



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

All the
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
maxims are worldwide; We fail to apply them.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Work so
wellDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
to
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
: that is the principle of
moralityDefinition of moral: Guiding principles or generally accepted societal value judgments.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Too young and old age prevent the
spiritDefinition of spirit: The essence of the non-physical nature of life. Also: the sophisticated, refined expression of life.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Too much or too little wine forbidden
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

A portrait is absence and presence, pleasure and displeasure. The reality does not lack and displeasure.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Living with hope is a
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
that is as
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
as others.



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Do you want
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
to
thinkDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
wellDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
of you? Say point!



Blaise Pascal

Philosophy

Talking of
loveDefinition of love: The most powerful form of affection and appreciation that a being can bring towards another being, or a thing.
, being in love.



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