From: Kent Lofgren <Kent.Lofgren@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 10:05:29 +0200
Isn't the superiority of human logic and reason a base for the modern
project? I found this quote from Pascal, suggesting that mankind aren't
453. From lust men have found and extracted excellent rules of policy,
morality, and justice; but in reality this vile root of man, this figmentum
malum, is only covered, it is not taken away.
Pensées, by Blaise Pascal (1660, translated by W. F. Trotter).
Dept. of Education
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