Arnold Geulincx, 1624-1669. Flemish Cartesian philosopher, who referred all causation to God. He is best known for his work as an ethicist.

In developing a Cartesian theory of ethics, he preceded Spinoza; in his interpretation of dualism, he preceded Malebranche. Geulincx wrote in Latin.

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