Seeds of Presuppositionalism
Seeds of presuppositionalism in Pascal? Consider #701 (using Penguin classics numbering):
701. When we want to correct someone usefully and show him he is wrong, we must see from what point of view he is approaching the matter, for it is usually right from that point of view, and we must admit this, but show him the point of view from which it is wrong.
Don’t tell me that isn’t Cornelius Van Til some 300 years prior.