|←Author Index: Pa||Blaise Pascal
|Jansenist persuasion, before dying at the age of 39.A child prodigy who wrote scientific treasties as a teenager, and gained renown as a French mathematician, physicist, and Catholic philosopher of the|
- Pensées, posthumously published collection of "Thoughts" ranging from a single sentence to multiple paragraphs
- Lettres Provinciales, an attack on casuistry which he condemned as complex reasoning to justify moral laxity and sin; it was condemned by the King and burned.
- Thoughts on the Pope and the Church
- Thoughts on the Jesuits and the Jansenists
- Writ on the Signing of the Form, rebuttal to the King's suppression of the Jansenists
- On the equilibrium of fluids and weight of air
- Account of the Great Experiment Concerning the Equilibrium of Fluids
- New Experiments with the Vacuum, 1647
- Treatise on the Arithmetical Triangle, 1653
- Of the Geometrical Spirit
- Geometry - Quickness of Intellect
- On Geometrical Demonstration
- Comparison Between Christians of Early Times and Those of To-Day
- Discourses on the Condition of the Great
- On the Conversion of the Sinner
- Conversation on Epictetus and Montaigne
- The Art of Persuasion, examining the question of how people come to be convinced of the axioms upon which later conclusions are based
- Discourse on the Passion of Love
- Thoughts on Eloquence and Style
Works about Pascal
- The Life of Mr. Paschal with his Letters Relating to the Jesuits, 1744 (translated by "W.A." in 1744)
- Port Royal and the Jesuits: Blaise Pascal, as published in The Sunday School Teacher's Magazine in 1866
- The Life and Writings of Blaise Pascal, lecture by Gustave Masson in 1870
- Pascal - by John Tulloch in 1878
- “Blaise Pascal,” in Catholic Encyclopedia, 1913.
- “Pascal, Blaise” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911.
- Pascal and His Editors, from Littell's Living Age, vol. 143
- "Pascal," in Leslie Stephen's Studies of a Biographer, vol. 2
Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.