Blaise Pascal Quote

I would inquire of reasonable persons whether this principle: Matter is naturally wholly incapable of thought, and this other: I think, therefore I am, are in fact the same in the mind of
Descartes, and in that of St. Augustine, who said the same thing twelve hundred years before.


The Thoughts, Letters and Opuscules of Blaise Pascal (ed. 1859)

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