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"All types of eloquence are contained in these letters." -Voltaire. The Provincial Letters are series of 18 (and a 19th fragment) sent by French philosopher Blaise Pascal. They are critical of the logical methods of the Catholics, especially the Jesuits. In particular, Pascal ridicules casuistry as a means for justifying immorality. A critique of the Letters by Hilaire Belloc, published the Catholic Truth Society, is included.A table of contents is also included to more easily navigate the reply and many letters.

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