Blaise Pascal Quote

These two states which it is necessary to know together in order to see the whole truth, being known separately, lead necessarily to one of these two vices, pride or indolence, in which all men are invariably led before grace, since if they do not remain in their disorders through laxity, they forsake them through vanity, so true is that which you have just repeated to me from St. Augustine, and which I find to a great extent; for in fact homage is rendered to them in many ways.


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These two states which it is necessary to know together in order to see the whole truth, being known separately, lead necessarily to one of these two ...

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These two states which it is necessary to know together in order to see the whole truth, being known separately, lead necessarily to one of these two ...

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These two states which it is necessary to know together in order to see the whole truth, being known separately, lead necessarily to one of these two ...

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These two states which it is necessary to know together in order to see the whole truth, being known separately, lead necessarily to one of these two ...