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Malebranche

(French malbrɑ̃ʃ)
n
(Biography) Nicolas (nikɔlɑ). 1638–1715, French philosopher. Originally a follower of Descartes, he developed the philosophy of occasionalism, esp in De la recherche de la vérité (1674)
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Male•branche

(malˈbrɑ̃ʃ)

n.
Nicolas de, 1638–1715, French philosopher.
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Stathos Psillos also employs these interpretive categories in his discussion of Descartes, Malebranche, Berkeley, Leibniz, Hume, and Newton.
This is generally appropriate except that due to stigma, fear of privacy breaches, and other social realities, Black MSM are much less likely than White MSM to disclose their same-gender sexual practices to healthcare providers (Bernstein et al., 2008; Dodge, Jeffries, & Sandfort, 2008; Kennamer, Honnold, Bradford, & Hendricks, 2000; Malebranche, Arriola, Jenkins, Dauria, & Patel, 2010; Millett, Flores, Peterson, 8r Bakeman, 2007; Qiao, Zhou, & Li, 2018).
Celan once quoted Malebranche, via Walter Benjamin, to the effect that "attention is the natural prayer of the soul," and certainly the attentiveness he demands of his readers is total.
medical community that delivers HIV prevention, diagnosis, and treatment has fallen short in reaching out to, engaging, and facilitating HIV services to these hardest-hit groups, David Malebranche, MD, said in a plenary talk at the 22nd International AIDS Conference.
Bonnet took the concept of nesting from Leibniz, although it was first developed by Malebranche (Bowler, 1971).
Before the war, Del Noce focused on early modern philosophy, especially the French metaphysician Nicolas Malebranche. During the 1930s and into the Second World War, Del Noce taught and published on contemporary French thought, with which he had come into contact before the war.
medical community that delivers HIV prevention, diagnosis, and treatment has fallen short in reaching out to, engaging, and facilitating HIV services for these hardest-hit groups, David Malebranche, MD, said in a plenary talk at the 22nd International AIDS Conference.
Vico interprette di Descartes e di Malebranche. Il problema delle verita eterne nel De uno universis principio et fine uno.