Blaise Pascal Quote

All great amusements are dangerous to the Christian life; but among all those which the world has invented there is none more to be feared than the theater. It is a representation of the passions so natural and so delicate that it excites them and gives birth to them in our hearts, and, above all, to that of love.


The Thoughts of Blaise Pascal (ed. 1905)

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All great amusements are dangerous to the Christian life; but among all those which the world has invented there is none more to be feared than the...

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All great amusements are dangerous to the Christian life; but among all those which the world has invented there is none more to be feared than the...

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All great amusements are dangerous to the Christian life; but among all those which the world has invented there is none more to be feared than the...

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All great amusements are dangerous to the Christian life; but among all those which the world has invented there is none more to be feared than the...