Pascal's Pensées eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 310 pages of information about Pascal's Penses.

Error, a common, when advantageous, 18

Esdras, the story in, 631, 632, 633

Eternity, existence of, 195

Ethics,
  consoles us, 67;
  a special science, 911

Eucharist, the, 224, 512, 788

Evangelists, the, painted a perfectly heroic soul in Jesus Christ, 799

Evil, infinite forms of, 408

Examples, in demonstration, 40

Exception, and the rule, 832, 903

Excuses, on, 58

External, the, must be joined to the internal, 250

Ezekiel, spoke evil of Israel, 885

Faith,
  different from proof, 248;
  and miracle, 263;
  and the senses, 264;
  what is, 278;
  without, man cannot know the true good or justice, 425;
  consists in Jesus Christ, 522

Fancy,
  effects of, 86;
  confused with feeling, 274

Faults, we owe a great debt to those who point out, 534

Fear, good and bad, 262

Feeling,
  and reasoning, 3, 274;
  harmed in the same way as the understanding, 6

Flies, the power of, 366, 367

Friend, importance of a true, 155

Fundamentals, the two, 804

Galilee, the word, 743

Gentiles,
  conversion of the, 712;
  calling of the, 713

Gentleman,
  the universal quality, 35;
  man never taught to be a, 68

Glory, 151, 401;
  the greatest baseness of man is the pursuit of, 404

God,
  the conduct of, 185;
  is infinite, 231, 233;
  infinitely incomprehensible, 233;
  we should wager that there is a, 233;
  a Deus absconditus, 194, 242;
  knowledge of, is not the love of Him, 280;
  two kinds of persons know, 288;
  has created all for Himself, 314;
  the wisdom of, 430;
  must reign over all, 460;
  we must love Him only, 479;
  not true that all reveals, 556;
  has willed to blind some and to enlighten others, 565, 575;
  foresaw heresies, 578;
  has willed to hide Himself, 584;
  formed for Himself the Jewish people, 643;
  the word does not differ from the intention in, 653;
  the greatness of His compassion, 847;
  has not wanted to absolve without the Church, 869

Godliness, why difficult, 498

Good, the inquiry into the sovereign, 73, 462

Gospel, the style of the, admirable, 797

Grace,
  unites us to God, 430, 507;
  necessary to turn a man into a saint, 508;
  the law and, 519, 521;
  nature and, 520;
  morality and, 522;
  man’s capacity for, 523

Great, the, and the humble have the same misfortunes, 180

Greatness,
  the, of man, 397, 398, 400, 409;
  constituted by thought, 346;
  even in his lust, 402, 403;
  and wretchedness of man, 416, 417, 418, 423, 430, 443

Haggai, 725

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