Blaise Pascal Quote

As to the objection that these rules are common in the world, that it is necessary to define every thing and to prove every thing, and that logicians themselves have placed them among their art, I would that the thing were true and that it were so well known... But so little is this the case, that, geometricians alone excepted, who are so few in number that they are a single in a whole nation and long periods of time, we see no others that know it.


The Art of Persuasion

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As to the objection that these rules are common in the world, that it is necessary to define every thing and to prove every thing, and that logicians ...

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As to the objection that these rules are common in the world, that it is necessary to define every thing and to prove every thing, and that logicians ...

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As to the objection that these rules are common in the world, that it is necessary to define every thing and to prove every thing, and that logicians ...

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As to the objection that these rules are common in the world, that it is necessary to define every thing and to prove every thing, and that logicians ...