Author:Blaise Pascal

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Blaise Pascal
(1623–1662)
A child prodigy who wrote scientific treasties as a teenager, and gained renown as a French mathematician, physicist, and Catholic philosopher of the Jansenist persuasion, before dying at the age of 39.
Blaise Pascal

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