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Occasionalism


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The philosophical theory of the relation of mind to matter which denies that finite things have efficient causality and postulates that God always intervenes to bring about a change in matter when a change occurs in the mind, and vice versa. Among its chief exponents were A. Geulincx and N. Malebranche.

Subjects: Islam — Christianity.


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