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Blaise Pascal, French philosopher, mathematician, physicist and theologian, (1833). Artist: H Meyer
Blaise Pascal, French philosopher, mathematician, physicist and theologian, (1833). Artist: H Meyer
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Portrait of Blaise Pascal, 1802. Creator: Augustin de Saint-Aubin
Portrait of Blaise Pascal, 1802. Creator: Augustin de Saint-Aubin
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Blaise Pascal, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Blaise Pascal, (1933). Creator: Unknown
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Clerk using a Pascal adding machine, 1835
Clerk using a Pascal adding machine, 1835
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Blaise Pascal, 17th century French mathematician, physicist and religious philosopher, 1878
Blaise Pascal, 17th century French mathematician, physicist and religious philosopher, 1878
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Blaise Pascal, 17th century French philosopher, mathematician, physicist and theologian, c1830. Artist: Henry Meyer
Blaise Pascal, 17th century French philosopher, mathematician, physicist and theologian, c1830. Artist: Henry Meyer
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St Blaise and St Guerin, 19th century
St Blaise and St Guerin, 19th century
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Designs of fortifications, 1764
Designs of fortifications, 1764
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Pascals digital counting machine of 1642, 1751-1780
Pascals digital counting machine of 1642, 1751-1780
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Blaise Pascal, (1933). Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Blaise Pascal, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Blaise Pascal, (1933). Portrait of French philosopher, mathematician, physicist and theologian Blaise Pascal (1623-1662). Credited with founding the modern theory of probability, Pascal also discovered the properties of the cycloid and contributed to the advance of differential calculus. As a physicist, his attempts to discredit the notion that nature abhors a vacuum led to the inventions of the barometer, hydraulic press and syringe. The SI unit of pressure, the pascal, and a computer programming language were named after him. After a miniature by Paul Prieur. After a miniature by Paul Prieur, From "Gestalten Der Weltgeschichte", a book of cigarette-card portrait miniatures of figures in world history from the last four hundred years. [Germany, 1933]

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