Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Feeling and Reason

"The reason acts slowly, with so many examinations, and on so many principles, which must be always present, that at every hour it falls asleep, or wanders, through want of having all its principles present. Feeling does not act thus; it acts in a moment, and is always ready to act. We must then put our faith in feeling; otherwise it will always be vacillating." 
Pensées, Blaise Pascal

This time I choose reason. 

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