Blaise Pascal Quote

One of the principal reasons that diverts those who are entering upon this knowledge so much from the true path which they should follow, is the fancy that they take at the outset that good things are inaccessible, giving them the name great, lofty, elevated, sublime. This destroys everything. I would call them low, common, familiar: these names suit it better; I hate such inflated expressions.


The Art of Persuasion

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One of the principal reasons that diverts those who are entering upon this knowledge so much from the true path which they should follow, is the...

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One of the principal reasons that diverts those who are entering upon this knowledge so much from the true path which they should follow, is the...

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One of the principal reasons that diverts those who are entering upon this knowledge so much from the true path which they should follow, is the...

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One of the principal reasons that diverts those who are entering upon this knowledge so much from the true path which they should follow, is the...