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Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 07:19:42 -0700

There is an argument in philosophy known as Pascal's Wager. In essence, the argument is that if you find yourself forced to make a choice between two opposite and unknowable propositions, choose the one with the most upside potential. Well, that's ...
 
Williston Daily Herald
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 08:44:50 -0700

What he is most famous for is his idea that we know as Pascal's Wager, which is in Pensées. The way it is commonly explained is that we have two choices: either God exists or does not exist. If God does not exist, and if you don't believe in him then ...
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