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[Correspondence with Fermat]   [Letters]   [Minor Works]   [Pensees]   [The Provincial Letters]   [Scientific Treatises]  

Correspondence with Fermat on the Theory of Probabilities (1654) [GBWW]
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Letters (1643-1661) [HC]
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Minor Works (?) [HC]
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Pensees (or, Thoughts) (1656-1659; pub. 1670) [GBWW,GI,HTR,HC]
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The Provincial Letters (1656-1657) [GBWW,HTR]
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Scientific Treatises (1640-1658) [GBWW,GI,HTR,HC]
Includes the following works: Account of the Great Experiment Concerning the Equilibrium of Fluids, New Experiments Concerning the Vacuum, Treatise on the Arithmetical Triangle, Treatises on the Equilibrium of Liquids and on the Weight of the Mass of the Air, On Geometrical Demonstration, and Preface to the Treatise on the Vacuum. The latter two works are also part of the Minor Works.
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