Reasons to Believe

Reasons to Believe

Christo-oher Faille. in This World (Smine 1986). 1112 16th St. N.w., Ste. 1500; Washington; D.C. 20036.
In his time, France's Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) was a phenomenon: a mathematician, physicist, philosopher, and humble recluse who worked through the church to help the poor.
As a scientist, Pascal was responsible for first postulating the existence of vacuums in nature, developing theories of probability, and formulating the physical laws governing pressure.
Yet Faille, an intellectual historian,...

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