Louis de La Forge

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Louis de La Forge (1632–1666) was a French philosopher who in his Tractatus de mente humana (Traité de l'esprit de l'homme, 1664) expounded a doctrine of occasionalism. He was born in La Flèche and died in Saumur. He was a friend of Descartes, and one of the most able interpreters of Cartesianism.

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  • 1664, Traité de l’esprit de l’homme et de ses facultés ou fonctions et de son union avec le corps, Amsterdam.

References[edit]

  • Jacques Isolle, « Un Disciple de Descartes : Louis de La Forge », 1971, XVII siècle n° 92, p. 98-131

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