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|No one can function without the use of reason, but "without the aid of faith he |
would remain inconceivable to himself. ... portions of the Pensées, Pascal warns
the lovers of reason that "the heart has its reasons of which reason knows
|In a justly famous passage he writes: We know the truth not only through our |
reason but also through our heart. ... it in two consecutive passages: The heart
has its reasons of which reason knows nothing: we know this in countless ways.
|There is no link between me and God or Jesus Christ the righteous. But he was |
made sin for ... THE HEART HAS ITS REASONS4 The heart has its reasons,
which the reason knows not, as we see in a thousand instances. I say that the
|At first blush, you might think that the parable we just heard has nothing to do with |
joy, mercy, hope, and freedom. When we look at ... Another Frenchman, Blaise
Pascal, said, "The heart has its reasons that reason knows not of." We might go a
|It is the soul of man that you are seeking to interpret: " Not from space must I seek |
my dignity, but from the ruling of my thought. I should have no more if I possessed
whole worlds. ... ."The heart has its reasons, which reason knows not.".
|It is a riddle to itself and does not see what we see, that its suffering is the direct |
result of the sweet self—feeling to which it ... His teaching is closely allied with
Pascal's famous saying: “The heart has its reasons, which reason knows not at all
|Pascal's existential analysis of the profound need at the core of human life now |
finds its corresponding response in God's ... provided by reason: in a famous
phrase Pascal asserts that 'the heart has its reasons of which reason knows
|Surely this eros must differ from the sort that characterises the lover of learning |
above, yet Plato does nothing to resolve the discrepancy. To gain a ... Blaise
Pascal famously quipped that the heart has its reasons, which reason knows not
|'The heart has its reasons,' wrote Blaise Pascal, 'of which reason knows nothing.' |
When people speak of cognition and emotion, or (in more traditional vocabulary)
of reason and the passions, they are usually referring to two distinct mental ...
|But to those who have it not we can give it only by reasoning, waiting for the time |
when God shall impress it on their hearts, without which faith is human only, and
useless for salvation. . . . The heart has its reasons, which reason knows not ...
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