Blaise Pascal was a brilliant 17th century French philosopher. Rather than try to prove the existence of God, he chose instead
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Those who lack the atheists' certitude that there is no afterlife, and who have never seen, and never will see, proof of the existence of God, are the agnostics -- those who do not "presume to know." Some are tempted toward the notion that underlies the famous bet of Blaise Pascal.
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