Harvard Classics / Thoughts (The Misery Of Man Without God), by Blaise Pascal

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According to Pascal, a man is not even as significant as a speck of star dust in the universe. Pascal's thoughts on the subject are startling to the modern reader, and they furnish rich food for the imagination. (Volume 48, Harvard Classics)

Pascal begins writing his "Thoughts," Nov. 23, 1654.