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" I was wandering farther from my own state in examining them than others in not knowing them. I pardoned their little knowledge; but I thought at least to find many companions in the study of man and that it was the true study which is suited to him. I... "
The Illustrated Family Magazine - Pągina 251
editat per - 1846
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The Era Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, Volum 11

1903
...exact sciences, and I was disgusted to find how little companionship one can have in it. When I began the study of man I saw that these abstract sciences are not suited to him, and that I had wandered further from my proper condition in investigating them than...
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The Harvard Classics, Volum 48

Charles William Eliot - 1910
...the study of the abstract sciences, and was disheartened by the small number of fellow-students in them. When I commenced the study of man, I saw that these abstract sciences are not suited to man, and that I was wandering further from my own state in examining them, than others in...
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Thoughts, Letters, and Minor Works

Blaise Pascal - 1910 - 451 pągines
...the study of the abstract sciences, and was disheartened by the small number of fellow-students in them. When I commenced the study of man, I saw that these abstract sciences are not suited to man, and that I was wandering further from my own state in examining them, than others in...
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Thoughts

Blaise Pascal - 1910 - 451 pągines
...in play, and to be always fully occupied. How hollow and full of ribaldry is the heart of manl 144 I commenced the study of man, I saw that these abstract sciences are not suited to man, and that I was wandering further from my own sate in examining them, than others in...
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Thoughts

Blaise Pascal - 1910 - 451 pągines
...the abstract sciences, and was disheartened by the small number of fellow-students in them. When T commenced the study of man, I saw that these abstract sciences are not suited to man, and that I was wandering further from my own state in examining them, than others in...
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History of Philosophy: Descartes to Leibniz

Frederick Charles Copleston - 1976 - 384 pągines
...with whom one shares these studies and with whom one can 'communicate') had disgusted me. When I began the study of man, I saw that these abstract sciences are not proper to man. . . .'4 When Pascal depreciates 'reason', he is using the term in a narrow sense, to...
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Tales of Physicists and Mathematicians

Simon Gindikin - 1988 - 158 pągines
...the study of the abstract sciences, and was disheartened by the small number of fellow-students in them. When I commenced the study of man, I saw that these abstract sciences are not suited to man, and that I was wandering farther from my own state in examining them, than others in...
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A History of Philosophy, Volum 1

Frederick Copleston - 1999 - 370 pągines
...with whom one shares these studies and with whom one can 'communicate') had disgusted me. When I began the study of man, I saw that these abstract sciences are not proper to man. . . .'4 When Pascal depreciates 'reason', he is using the term in a narrow sense, to...
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Pensees

Blaise Pascal, W. F. Trotter, T. S. Eliot - 2003 - 297 pągines
...the study of the abstract sciences, and was disheartened by the small number of fellow-students in them. When I commenced the study of man, I saw that these abstract sciences are not suited to man, and that I was wandering farther from my own state in examining them, than others in...
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Traditions of Controversy

Marcelo Dascal, Hanliang Zhang - 2007 - 309 pągines
...sciences, and I was put off them by seeing how little one could communicate about them. When I began the study of man I saw that these abstract sciences are not proper to man, and that I was straying further from my true condition by going into them than were...
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