Blaise Pascal Quote

These philosophers of the world place contrarieties in the same subject; for the one attributed greatness to nature and the other weakness to this same nature, which could not subsist; whilst faith teaches us to place them in different subjects: all that is infirm belonging to nature, all that is powerful belonging to grace. Such is the marvelous and novel union which God alone could teach, and which he alone could make, and which is only a type and an effect of the ineffable union of two natures in the single person of a Man-God.


Conversation on Epictetus and Montaigne

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These philosophers of the world place contrarieties in the same subject; for the one attributed greatness to nature and the other weakness to this...

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These philosophers of the world place contrarieties in the same subject; for the one attributed greatness to nature and the other weakness to this...

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These philosophers of the world place contrarieties in the same subject; for the one attributed greatness to nature and the other weakness to this...

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These philosophers of the world place contrarieties in the same subject; for the one attributed greatness to nature and the other weakness to this...