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To begin with, it enables him to make sense of the theological, social and philosophical differences within Jansenism. 26 Both were based on the belief that the world is irredeemable; in no way can it be changed through one’s actions within it. Where they differed was on the level of one’s involvement: the centrists sought to stand up for truth and goodness within the world, where they actually had a small place; the extremists also wished to speak out for truth and goodness, but they believed their words would fall on deaf and hostile ears.

More important is his question as to who the interlocutor might be: a free thinker perhaps, a sceptic whom Pascal seeks to persuade. Goldmann takes a different line and argues that the interlocutor is Pascal himself, indeed that the two voices are internal to Pascal. He both believes and does not believe. He is the one who now wagers all he has. In other words, the wager is between the voice that doubts and resists and the one who sees that the wager is an exceedingly good bet. century. M. Cohen (1961) follows the arrangement of the fragments by Jacques Chevalier (Pascal 1954).

26 • Chapter One Goldmann’s method, which singularly fails to live up to all the dialectical huffing and puffing. But then the rickety ladder seems to have done its work. At this point, a curious anomaly appears, one with three features: the method of homology or genetic structuralism is not up to the task; Goldmann claims elsewhere that this method derives from Georg Lukács; and he makes use of the content of some of Lukács’s work to uncover some features of Jansenist thought. I have provided my reasons already as to why the method of homology is not up to the task, so let me focus on the other two points.

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