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[[Image:The Heart Has Its Reasons by Odilon Redon.jpg |thumb|right|200px|''[[The heart has its reasons, of which reason knows nothing]]'' (c.[[1887]]) by [[Odilon Redon]], a phrase from the ''[[Pensées]]'' ([[1669]]) by [[Blaise Pascal]]]] [[Image:The Heart Has Its Reasons by Odilon Redon.jpg |thumb|right|200px|''[[The heart has its reasons, of which reason knows nothing]]'' (c.[[1887]]) by [[Odilon Redon]], a phrase from the ''[[Pensées]]'' ([[1669]]) by [[Blaise Pascal]]]]
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-'''The heart has its reasons, of which reason knows nothing''' (French: Le cœur a ses raisons que la raison ne connaît pas) is a popular dictum from the ''[[Pensées]]'' by [[Blaise Pascal]]. It was rendered by [[Odilon Redon]] in 1887 as a man who puts his hand into his [[rib cage]] to search for his heart. (illustration right). 
-:276. M. de Roannez said: “Reasons come to me afterwards, but at first a thing pleases or shocks me without my knowing the reason, and yet it shocks me for that reason which I only discover afterwards.” But I believe, not that it shocked him for the reasons which were found afterwards, but that these reasons were only found because it shocked him.[http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Pens%C3%A9es/IV]+The '''rib cage''' is an arrangement of bones in the [[thorax]] of animals. It is formed by the [[vertebral column]], [[rib]]s and [[sternum]] and encloses the [[heart]] and [[lung]]s.
-:277. The heart has its reasons, which reason does not know. We feel it in a thousand things. I say that the heart naturally loves the Universal Being, and also itself naturally, according as it gives itself to them; and it hardens itself against one or the other at its will. You have rejected the one and kept the other. Is it by reason that you love yourself.[http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Pens%C3%A9es/IV]+Rib Cage is a cage type arrangement of bones in the thorax of animals. The bent ribs join the chest bone and the backbone together to form the Rib Cage. Some important internal parts like heart and lungs of our body lie protected inside this cage.
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-== See also ==+
-*[[Heart]]+
-*[[Love]]+
-*[[Reason]]+
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The rib cage is an arrangement of bones in the thorax of animals. It is formed by the vertebral column, ribs and sternum and encloses the heart and lungs.

Rib Cage is a cage type arrangement of bones in the thorax of animals. The bent ribs join the chest bone and the backbone together to form the Rib Cage. Some important internal parts like heart and lungs of our body lie protected inside this cage.



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