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Publication details for Professor Richard ScholarScholar, Richard (2013). Epilogue: Co-operations. Seventeenth-Century French Studies 35(2 - Special issue Pascal’s Écrits sur la gràce): 179-86.
- Publication type: Journal Article
- DOI: 10.1179/0265106813Z.00000000033
Author(s) from Durham
This response to the foregoing essays argues that the essays establish a useful critical distance from which to view the Écrits and that they do so by placing the text in a series of contexts: biographical, textual, doctrinal, sacramental, and institutional. It goes on to suggest that a different kind of context — the intentional context — remains relatively understudied here and to sketch various possibilities and problems that would attend any study of that context for the Écrits.