Pascal, Blaise
 Pascal, Blaise

• French scientist and philosopher (16231662)
Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.
Catholic encyclopedia.
Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.
Catholic encyclopedia.
PASCAL, BLAISE° — (1623–1662), French religious philosopher, writer, and scientist. Pascal, an ardent Christian, was a member of the austere Catholic group known as the Jansenists. He is famous for his Pensées sur la religion (1670), fragments intended to form… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Pascal, Blaise — ► (1623 62) Matemático, físico y filósofo francés. Escribió a los dieciséis años un Tratado de las secciones cónicas e inventó a los dieciocho una máquina calculadora. Sus experiencias acerca del vacío y del equilibrio de los fluidos son… … Enciclopedia Universal
Pascal, Blaise — born June 19, 1623, Clermont Ferrand, France died Aug. 19, 1662, Paris French mathematician, physicist, and religious philosopher. The son of a mathematician, he was a child prodigy, earning the envy of René Descartes with an essay he wrote on… … Universalium
Pascal, Blaise — (1623 1662) mathematician, physicist, philosopher Considered one of the great minds of Western intellectual history, Blaise Pascal was born in Clermont Ferrand. His father, who had early recognized his exceptional gifts, oversaw his… … France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present
Pascal, Blaise — (1623–62) Mathematician and Theologian. Pascal was born in Clermont Ferrand, France, and from an early age showed a remarkable talent for mathematics. In 1646 he first came into contact with Jansenism and in 1651 his sister Jacqueline… … Who’s Who in Christianity
Pascal , Blaise — (1623–1662) French mathematician, physicist, and religious philosopher Pascal was the son of a respected mathematician and a local administrator in Clermont Ferrand, France. Early in life Pascal displayed evidence that he was an infant prodigy… … Scientists
Pascal, Blaise — (1623 1662) A French poet, mathematician, natural philosopher, and mystic who suffered from recurring headaches, vertigo, and episodes of partial paresis of the limbs, as well as from visual disturbances which have traditionally been labelled… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
Pascal, Blaise — (1623–1662) French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher. A mathematical prodigy, Pascal published his mathematical discoveries on the theory of conic sections at the age of sixteen. He invented the first practicable calculating machine, in… … Philosophy dictionary
Pascal, Blaise — SUBJECT AREA: Electronics and information technology [br] b. 19 June 1623 Clermont Ferrand, France d. 19 August 1662 Paris, France [br] French mathematician, physicist and religious philosopher. [br] Pascal was the son of Etienne Pascal,… … Biographical history of technology
Pascal, Blaise — (1623 62) A French mathematician, philosopher and Christian apologist, Pascal became a defender of the Christian faith and, in particular, of its Jansenist form (against the Jesuits) after a religious experience in 1654 turned his primary… … Christian Philosophy