Blaise Pascal Quote

When we see an effect happen always in the same manner, we infer that it takes place by a natural necessity; as, for instance, that the sun will rise to morrow; but nature often deceives us, and will not submit to its own rules.


Thoughts on Religion and Philosophy (ed. 1838)

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When we see an effect happen always in the same manner, we infer that it takes place by a natural necessity; as, for instance, that the sun will rise ...

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When we see an effect happen always in the same manner, we infer that it takes place by a natural necessity; as, for instance, that the sun will rise ...

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When we see an effect happen always in the same manner, we infer that it takes place by a natural necessity; as, for instance, that the sun will rise ...

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When we see an effect happen always in the same manner, we infer that it takes place by a natural necessity; as, for instance, that the sun will rise ...