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Oeuvres completes, tome 1

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This Book Is In French.
Leather Bound, 1377 pages
Published by Gallimard (first published September 10th 2010)
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French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal was a contemporary of René Descartes and was ten when Galileo Galilei was forced to recant his belief that the earth circled the sun. He and Thomas Hobbes lived in Paris at the same time (1640) including the year Hobbes published his famous Leviathan (1651). Together with Pierre de Fermat, Pascal created the calculus of probabilities.

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