<theology, metaphysics, ethics, logic, epistemology>, <occasionalism, rationalism, Port-Royal logic> French theologian and philosopher (1612-1694). Influential as co-author (with Pierre Nicole) of La logique, ou l'art de penser (The "Port-Royal" Logic) (1662), Arnauld was active in the seventeenth-century French philosophical community that also included Mersenne and Pascal. Arnauld wrote the fourth set of Objections that were published along with Descartes's Meditations (1641), criticized the occasionalist philosophical system and theological views of Malebranche in Traite de vraies et fausses idees (On True and False Ideas) (1683), and engaged in a lengthy correspondence with Leibniz. Recommended Reading: Steven Nadler, Arnauld and the Cartesian Philosophy of Ideas (Princeton, 1989).
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