A Sad Denouement

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The greatness of man, writes Pascal in his Pensees, is great so long as man is conscious of his own insignificance. “A tree, by contrast, is not conscious of its own insignificance.” In other words, man feels his insignificance; he is aware of it; and he is made great by his awareness of it.

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