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PASCAL

"The natural unhappiness of our weak and mortal condition, and so miserable that nothing can console us when we think of it closely."

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trying to understand the world

From the most superficial social activities to the most serious, Pascal observes that people get restless. Human beings seem to want to be entertained at all costs. But what could we be trying to forget? Why are we so afraid of boredom? These are the questions Pascal seeks to answer.

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