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Pascal's Pensées eBook

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

Happiness,
  all men seek, 425;
  is in God, 465

Happy, in order to be, man does not think of death, 169

Hate, all men naturally, one another, 451

Heart,
  the, has its reasons, 277;
  experiences God, 278;
  we know truth, not only by the reason, but also by the, 282;
  has its own order, 283

Heresy, 774;
  source of all, 861

Heretics,
  and the three marks of religion, 843, 844;
  and the Jesuits, 890

Herod, 178, 179

Hosts, the three, 177

Image, an, of the condition of men, 199

Imagination,
  that deceitful part in man, 82;
  enlarges little objects, 84;
  magnifies a nothing, 85;
  often mistaken for the heart, 275;
  judges, etc., appeal only to the, 307

Inconstancy, in, 112, 113

Infinite,
  the, of greatness and of littleness, 72;
  and the finite, 233

Injustice, 214, 191, 293, 326, 878

Instability, 212

Intellect, different kinds of, 2

Isaiah, 712, 725

Jacob, 612, 710

Jansenists,
  the, are persecuted, 859;
  are like the heretics, 886

Jeremiah, 713, 818

Jesuits,
  the, unjust persecutors, 851;
  hardness of the, 853;
  and Jansenists, 864;
  impose upon the Pope, 881;
  effects of their sins, 918;
  do not keep their word, 923

Jesus Christ
  employs the rule of love, 283;
  is a God whom we approach without pride, 527;
  His teaching, 544;
  without, man must be in misery, 545;
  God known only through, 546;
  we know ourselves only through, 547;
  useless to know God without, 548;
  the sepulchre of, 551;
  the mystery of, 552;
  and His wounds, 553;
  genealogy of, 577;
  came at the time foretold, 669;
  necessary for Him to suffer, 678;
  the Messiah, 719;
  prophecies about, 730, 733, 734;
  foretold, and was foretold, 738;
  how regarded by the Old and New Testaments, 239;
  what the prophets say of, 750;
  His office, 765;
  typified by Joseph, 767;
  what He came to say, 769, 782;
  came to blind, etc., 770;
  never condemned without hearing, 779;
  Redeemer of all, 780;
  would not have the testimony of devils, 783;
  an obscurity, 785, 788;
  would not be slain without the forms of justice, 789;
  no man had more renown than, 791;
  absurd to take offence at the lowliness of, 792;
  came in sanctificationem et in scandalum, 794;
  said great things simply, 796;
  verified that He was the Messiah, 807;
  and miracles, 828

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