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BLAISE PASCAL (1623 - 1662)

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  • ‘Moving to a new country and hearing a new language’: Pascal’s Conversation with M.de Sacy at Port-Royal, Heythrop College, University of London, October 29-30, 2010

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    • Pensées.  1670.

    • Écrit sur la signature du formulaire.  1661.

    • De l'Esprit géométrique.  1657 or 1658.

    • Lettres provinciales.  1656–57.

    • Traité du triangle arithmétique.  1653.

    • Experiences nouvelles touchant le vide.  1647.

    • Essai pour les coniques.  1639.
    • "The Art of Persuasion."  Pensées and Other Writings.  Ed. Anthony Levi.  Trans. Honor Levi.  Oxford: OUP, 1995.  193-204.

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  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Davidson, Hugh M.  "Pascal's Two Arts of Persuasion."  Audience, Words, and Art: Studies in Seventeenth-Century French Rhetoric.  Columbus: Ohio State UP, 1965.  109-40.

    • IJsseling, Samuel.  "Pascal and the Art of Persuasion."  Rhetoric and Philosophy in Conflict: an Historical Survey.  The Hague: M. Nijhoff, 1976.  71-74.
    • Jamieson, Kathleen M.  "Pascal vs. Descartes: a Clash Over Rhetoric in the Seventeenth Century."  Communication Monographs 43.1 (1976): 44-50.
    • Marin, Louis.  "'Pascal': Text, Author, Discourse."  Trans. Maria Minich Brewer and Daniel August Brewer.  Yale French Studies 52 (1975): 129-51.
    • Parker, Thomas.  Volition, Rhetoric, and Emotion in the Work of Pascal.  London: Routledge, 2008.

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