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Nicolas Malebranche (1638–1715)

Malebranche, Nicolas (mäl-brosh’). A famous French philosopher; born in Paris, Aug. 6, 1638; died there, Oct. 13, 1715. The keynote of his philosophy is to be found in his celebrated principle, “We see all things in God.” His chief work, containing the substance of his whole philosophy, was ‘Search for Truth’ (1674). Other works were: ‘Of Nature and Grace’ (1680); ‘Christian and Metaphysical Meditations’ (1683); ‘Treatise on Ethics’ (1684); etc.