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Blaise Pascal on Love

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Free Resource (#425) - October 30th, 2007
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A Discourse on the Passion of Love

In this downloadable discourse from ejunto.com 17th century religious philosopher Blaise Pascal reflects on the passion of love. He expresses his views on love in relation to reason, beauty, and the other passions. This 30-minute discourse is well narrated by Andrew Julow and available on MP3 download from ejunto.com.

A Discourse on the Passion of Love

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