Blaise Pascal Quote

Let man consider what he is in comparison with all existence; let him regard himself as lost in this remote corner of nature; and from the little cell in which he finds himself lodged, I mean the universe, let him estimate at their true value the earth, kingdoms, cities, and himself. What is a man in the Infinite?


Translated by W.F. Trotter, The Harvard Classics (Volume 48)

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Let man consider what he is in comparison with all existence; let him regard himself as lost in this remote corner of nature; and from the little...

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Let man consider what he is in comparison with all existence; let him regard himself as lost in this remote corner of nature; and from the little...

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Let man consider what he is in comparison with all existence; let him regard himself as lost in this remote corner of nature; and from the little...

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Let man consider what he is in comparison with all existence; let him regard himself as lost in this remote corner of nature; and from the little...