Articles

Islamic Occasionalism


    • Muhtaroglu, Nazif and Ozgur Koca, “Late Ottoman Occasionalists on Modern Science” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu,(Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Moad, Edward. “Ibn Khaldun and Occasionalism” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Koca, Ozgur. “Ibn ʿArabī and the Ashʿarites on Causality” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Yaqub, M. Aladdin. “Al-Ghazālī’s View on Causality” inOccasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Muhtaroglu, Nazif. “Ash’arites, Cartesians and Occasionalism” inOccasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Muhtaroglu, Nazif. “Al-Māturīdī’s View of Causality”, in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Muhtaroglu, Nazif. “Ali Sedad Bey’s (d.1900) Kavâidü’t-Taḥavvülât fî Ḥarekâti’z-Zerrât (Principles of Transformation in the Motion of Particles)” in Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy,  Edited by Khaled El-Rouayheb & Sabine Schmidke, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017), 586-606.
    • Muhtaroglu, Nazif. “Al-Bāqillāni’s Cosmological Argument from Agency”Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26/2 (2016), 271-289.
    • Ibrahim, Bilal.”Fahr ad-Dīn ar-Rāzī, Ibn al-Haytam and Aristotelian Science: Essentialism versus Phenomenalism in Post-Classical Islamic Thought”,Oriens 41 (2013), 379–431.
    • Altaie, M.Basil. “Causality According to Modern Physics and Islamic Kalâm“, Kutadgubilig, 23 (2013), 207-294.
    • Yazicioglu, Isra. “Redefining the Miraculous: al-Ghazâlî, Ibn Rushd and Said Nursi on Qur’anic Miracle Stories”, Journal of Qur’anic Studies 13/2 (2011), 86-108.
    • Sabra, Abdelhamid I. “The Simple Ontology of Atomism: An Outline” Early Science and Medicine 14 (2009), 68-78.
    • Karbasizadeh, Amirehsan. “A Ghazalian Predicament: Epistemology and Metaphysics of Causation in the Work of Al-Ghazali” Sophia Perennis 4 (2009), 43-70.
    • Batak, Kemal. “Doğa Yasalarının Zorunluluğu, İlahi Fiil ve Mucize: Tanrı Dünyada Fiilde Bulunabilir mi?” Sakarya Üniversitesi İlahiyat Fakültesi Dergisi 20/2 (2009), 23-47.
    • Setia, Adi. “Time, Motion, Distance, and Change in the Kalam of Fakhr al-Din al-Razi: A Preliminary Survey with Special Reference to the Matalib Aliyyah,” Islam & Science, 6/1 (2008), 13-29.
    • Moad, Edward Omar. “A Significant Difference Between Al-Ghazali and Hume on Causation” Journal of Islamic Philosophy 3 (2008), 22-39.
    • Yasrebi, Yahya. “A Critique of Causality in Islamic Philosophy,” Topoi 26 (2007), 255-265.
    • Treiger, Alexander, “Monism and Monotheism in al-Ghazali’s Mishkat al-anwar,” Journal of Qur’anic Studies 9/1 (2007), 1-27.
    • Moad, Edward Omar. “Al-Ghazali on Power, Causation and ‘Acquisition’” Philosophy East and West 57/1 (2007), 1-13.
    • Karadaş, Cağfer. “İslam Düşüncesinde Değişim ve Süreklilik”  Usul İslam Araştırmaları Dergisi 8 (2007), 7-22.
    • Sabra, Abdelhamid I. “Kalam Atomism as an Alternative Philosophy to Hellenizing Falsafa.” in Arabic Theology, Arabic Philosophy, From Many to the One: Essays in Celebration of Richard M. Frank. ed. by James E. Montgomery. Leuven: Peeters Publishers, 2006. 199-273.
    • McGinnis, Jon. “Occasionalism, Natural Causation and Science in al-Ghazali” in Arabic Theology, Arabic Philosophy, From Many to the One: Essays in Celebration of Richard M. Frank. ed. by James E. Montgomery. Leuven: Peeters Publishers, 2006. 441-463.
    • Druart, Therese-Anne. “Al-Ghazālī’s Conception of the Agent in the Tahāfut and the Iqtiṣād: Are People Really Agents?” In Arabic Theology, Arabic PhilosophyFrom the Many to the One: Essays in Celebration of Richard M. Frank. Edited by James E. Montgomery, 425–440. Leuven, Belgium: Peeters, 2006.
    • Al-Allaf, Mashhad. “Al-Ghazali on Logical Necessity, Causality and Miracles” Journal of Islamic Philosophy 2 (2006), 37-52.
    • Moad, Edward Omar. “Al-Ghazali’s Occasionalism and the Natures of Creatures” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 58/2 (2005), 95-101.
    • Marmura, Michael E. “Al-Ghazali on Bodily Resurrection and Causality in the Tahafut and the Iqtisad.” in Probing in Islamic Philosophy: Studies in the Philosophies of Ibn Sina, al-Ghazali and Other Major Muslim Thinkers. Binghampton: Global Academic Publishing, 2005. 273-299.
    • Aftab, Macksood A. “Primer on Islam and the Problem of Causation, Induction, and Skepticism,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy 1/1 (2005), 95-100.
    • Setia, Adi. “Fakhr al-Din al-Razi on Physics and the Nature of the Physical World: A Preliminary Survey,” Islam & Science 2 (2004), 61-80.
    • Rayan, Sobhi. “Al-Ghazali’s Use of the Terms “Necessity” and “Habit” in his Theory of Natural Causality” Theology and Science 2/2 (2004), 255-68.
    • Karadaş, Cağfer. “Atomcu Düşünceler ve Kelam Atomculuğu” Kelam Araştırmaları Dergisi 2/1 (2004), 57-72.
    • Kafrawi, Shalahudin. “The Notion of Necessary Being in Fakhr al-Din al-Razi’s Philosophical Theology,” Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 15 (2004), 125-133.
    • McGinnis, Jon. “The Topology of Time: An Analysis of Medieval Islamic Accounts of Discrete and Continuous Time” The Modern Schoolmen 81 (2003), 5-25.
    • Alami, Ahmed. “L’aš‘arisme face à la théorie des modes.” Philosophie 77 (2003): 45–68.
    • Akdogan, Cemil. “Ghazali, Descartes, and Hume: The Genealogy of Some philosophical Ideas,” Islamic Studies, 42 (2003): 487-502.
    • Saliba, George. “Islamic Astronomy in Context: Attacks on Astrology and the Rise of the Hay’a Tradition,” Bulletin of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies, 4 (2002), 25-46.
    • Lizzini, Olga. “Occasionalismo e causalità filosofica: la discussione della causalità in al-Ghazali,” Quaestio 2 (2002), 155-183.
    • Karadaş, Cağfer. “Kelam Atomculuğunun Kaynağı Sorunu” Marife 2/2 (2002), 81-100.
    • Dallal, Ahmad, “Ghazali and the Perils of Interpretation,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, 122 (2002), 773-787.
    • Dutton, Black D. “Al-Ghazali on Possibility and the Critique of Causality.” Medieval Philosophy and Theology 10 (2001), 23–46.
    • Kukkonen, Taneli. “Plenitude, Possibility and the Limits of Reason: A Medieval Arabic Debate on the Metaphysics of Nature” Journal of the History of Ideas 60/4 (2000), 539-560.
    • Frank, Richard M. “The Nonexistent and the Possible in Classical Ash‘arite Teaching.”Mélanges de l’Institut Dominicain d’Études Orientales du Caire 24 (2000): 1–37.
    • Kukkonen, Taneli. “Possible Worlds in the Tahafut al-Falasifa: Al-Ghazali on Creation and Contingency” Journal of the History of Philosophy 38 (2000), 479–502.
    • Saliba, George. “The Ash’arites and the Science of the Stars.” In Religion and Culture in Medieval Islam. Edited by Richard G. Hovannisian and Georges Sabagh. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. 79–92
    • Dağ, Mehmet. “İmam-ül Harameyn El-Cüveynide Nedensellik Kuramı” On Dokuz Mayıs Üniversitesi İlahiyat Fakültesi Dergisi 2 (1997), 35-53.
    • Riker, Stephen. “Al-Ghazali on Necessary Causality in the Incoherence of the Philosophers” The Monist 79/3 (1996), 315-324.
    • Marmura, Michael E. “Ghazalian Causes and Intermediaries.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 115 (1995), 89–100.
    •                        .“Ghazali’s Chapter on Divine Power in the Iqtisad.Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 4/2 (1994), 279-315.
    • Harding, Karen. “Causality Then and Now: Al-Ghazali and Quantum Theory” The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 10/2 (1993),165-177.
    • Abrahamov, Binyamin. “A Re-examination of al-Ash‘ari’s Theory of kasb according to Kitab al-Luma.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland 2 (1989). 210-221.
    •                         .“Al-Ghazali’s Theory of Causality.” Studia Islamica 67 (1988), 75-98.
    • Sinaceur, M. A. “Al-Ghazali et l’ironi Malebranche sur Averroes” Arabica 34/3 (1987), 287-304.
    • Pessagno, J. Meric. “Irada, Iktiyar, Qudra, Kasb the View of Abu Mansur al-Maturidi.” Journal of the American Oriential Society 104/1 (1984), 177-191.
    • Ess, Joseph van “Abu l-Hudhayl in Contact: The Genesis of an Anectode.” in Islamic Theology and Philosophy: Studies in Honor of George F. Hourani, ed. Michael E. Marmura. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984.13-31.
    • Kogan, Barry. “The Philosophers al-Ghazali and Averroes on Necessary Connection and the Problem of the Miraculous” in Islamic Philosophy and Mysticism. Edited by Parviz Morewedge. Delmar (N.Y.): Caravan Books, 1981. 113–132
    • Bernard, Marie. “La critique de la notion de la nature (Tab’) par le Kalam” Studia Islamica 51 (1980), 59-105.
    • Alon, Ilai. “Al-Ghazali on Causality” Journal of the American Oriental Society 100/4 (1980), 395-405.
    • Goodman, Lenn E. “Did Al-Ghazali deny Causality?” Studia Islamica 47 (1978), 83-120.
    • Frank, Richard M. “Notes and Remarks on the taba’i‘ in the teaching of al-Maturidi” in Melanges d’islamologie a la memoire d’Armand Abel. Ed. P. Salmon. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1974. 137-149.
    • Courtenay, William. “The Critique of Natural Causality in the Mutakallimun and Nominalism.” The Harvard Theological Review 66/1 (1973). 77-94.
    • Frank, Richard M. “Al- Ash‘ari’s Conception of Nature and Role of Speculative Reasoning in Theology” Proceedings of the VIth Congress of Arabic and Islamic Studies. Stockholm, 1972. 136-154.
    • Goodman, Lenn E.“Al-Ghazali’s Argument from Creation II.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 2/2 (Jan, 1971), 168-188.
    • Goodman, Lenn E. “Al-Ghazali’s Argument from Creation I.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 2/1 (Jan, 1971), 67-85.
    • Frank, Richard M. “The Structure of Created Causality according to al-Ash‘ari, An Analysis of Kitab al-Luma pars. 82-164.” Studia Islamica 25 (1966), 13-75.
    • Griffel, Frank. “Al-Ghazali’s Appropriation of Ibn Sina’s Views on Causality and the Development of the Sciences in Islam,” in Uluslararasi Ibn Sina Sempozyumu, II, 105-116.
    • MacDonald, D. B. “Continuous Re-Creation and Atomic Time in Muslim Scholastic Theology” Isis 9 (1927), 326-344.
    • Marmura, Michael E. “Ghazali and Demonstrative Science.” Journal of the History of Philosophy 3/2 (October, 1965), 183-204.
    • Obermann, Julian. “Das Problem der Kausalität bei den Arabern.” Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 29 (1915), 323–50 and 30 (1918), 37–90
    • Opwis, Felicitas. “Attributing Causality to God’s Law: The Solution of Fakhr ad-Dîn ar-Râzî,” Islamic Philosophy 397-418.

    Occasionalism Debates In Medieval Philosophy


    • Ablondi, Fred and J. Aaron Simmons. “Malebranche and Suarez on the Power of Secondary Causes: A Contemporary Consideration” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Frost, Gloria. “Peter Olivi’s Rejection of God’s Concurrence with Created Causes,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 22:4 (2014), 655-679.
    • Mancha, Louis A. “Aquinas, Suarez, and Malebranche on Instrumental Causation and Premotion”, International Philosophical Quarterly 52/3 (2012), 335-353.
    • Ablondi, Fred and J. Aaron Simmons. “Gabriel Biel and Occasionalism: Overcoming an Apparent Tension,History of Philosophy 28/2 (2011), 159-173.
    • Scribano, Emanuela. “Quod nescis quomodo fiat, id non facis” Occasionalism against Descartes?”, Rinascimento 51 (2011), 63-86.

    Cartesian Occasionalism


    • Platt, Andrew. “Cordemoy and the Motives for Cartesian Occasionalism” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Muhtaroglu, Nazif. “Ash’arites, Cartesians and Occasionalism” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Ablondi, Fred and J. Aaron Simmons. “Malebranche and Suarez on the Power of Secondary Causes: A Contemporary Consideration” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Sangiacomo, Andrea. ”Louis de La Forge and the ‘Non-Transfer Argument’ for Occasionalism,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, (2014), 60-80.
    • Sangiacomo, Andrea. “Defect of Knowledge and Practice of Virtue in Geulincx’s Occasionalism,” Studia Leibnitiana,46/1 (2014), 46-63.
    • Chen, Dorothy. “Leibniz: Eliminating Cartesian Mind-Body Interactionism and Occasionalism,” British Journal of Undergraduate Philosophy, 5:1 (2012), 23-38.
    • Mancha, Louis A. “Aquinas, Suarez, and Malebranche on Instrumental Causation and Premotion,” International Philosophical Quarterly, 52/3 (2012), 335-353.
    • Scribano, Emanuela. “Quod nescis quomodo fiat, id non facis” Occasionalism against Descartes?”, Rinascimento 51 (2011), 63-86.
    • Wahl, Russell. ”Occasionalism, Laws and General Will”, British Journal for the History of Philosophy 19/2 (2011), 219-240.
    • Fisher, A. R. J. “Causal and Logical Necessity in Malebranche’s Occasionalism,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy 41/4 (2011), 523-546.
    • Platt, Andrew. “Divine Activity and Motive Power in Descartes’s Physics”, British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 19/4 (2011), 623-646.
    • Slowik, Edward. “Descartes’ Physics.” The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2009 Edition), ed. Edward N. Zalta. URL =http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/fall2009/entries/descartes-physics
    • Greenberg, Sean. “’Things that undermine each other’: Occasionalism, Freedom, and Attention in Malebranche.” in Daniel Garber & Steven Nadler (eds.), Oxford Studies in Early Modern Philosophy, Vol. 4. Oxford University Press, 2008.
    • Schmaltz, Tad. “Occasionalism and Mechanism: Fontenelle’s Objection to Malebranche” British Journal for the History of Philosophy 16/2 (2008), 293-313.
    • Della Rocca, M. “Causation Without Intelligibility and Causation Without God in Descartes.” in A Companion to Descartes, J. Broughton and J. Carriero, eds. Oxford: Blackwell, 2008. 235-250
    • Cunning, David. “Malebranche and Occasional Causes” Philosophy Compass, 3/3 (2008), 471-490.
    • Ott, Walter. “Causation, Intentionality and the Case for Occasionalism.” Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 90/2 (2008), 165-187.
    • Lee, Sukjae. “Necessary Connections and Continuous Creation: Malebranche’s Two Arguments for Occasionalism.” Journal of the History of Philosophy 46/4 (2008), 539-566.
    • Ablondi, Fred. “Fançois Lamy, Occasionalism and the Mind-Body Problem.” Journal of the History of Philosophy 46/4 (2008), 619-629.
    • Lee, Sukjae. “Passive Natures and No Representations: Malebranche’s Two ‘Local’ Arguments for Occasionalism” Harvard Review of Philosophy 25 (2007), 72-91.
    • Jalobenau, Dana. “Bodies, Laws and The Problem of Secondary Causation in Descartes’ Natural Philosophy” Studia Universitatis Babes-Boylai-Universelia 1 (2006), 129-155.
    • Peppers-Bates, Susan. “Does Malebranche need Efficacious Ideas? The Cognitive Faculties, The Ontological Status of Ideas and Human Attention” Journal of the History of Philosophy 43/1 (2005), 83-105.
    • Nadler, Steven. “Cordemoy and Occasionalism” Journal of the History of Philosophy 43/1 (2005), 37-54.
    • Downing, Lisa. “Occasionalism and Strict Mechanism: Malebranche, Berkeley, Fontenelle.” in Early Modern Philosophy: Mind, Matter, and Metaphysics, C. Mercer and E. O’Neill, eds. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005. 206-230
    • Pessin, Andrew. “Descartes’s Nomic Concurrentism: Finite Causation and Divine Concurrence” Journal of the History of Philosophy 41/1 (2003), 25-49.
    • Detlefsen, Karen. “Supernaturalism, Occasionalism and Preformation in Malebranche” Perspectives on Science 11/4 (2003), 443-483.
    • Jolley, Nicholas. “Occasionalism and Efficacious Laws in Malebranche” Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 26/1 (2002), 245-257.
    • Bardout, Jean-Christophe. “Occasionalism: La Forge, Cordemoy, Geulinxc” in A Companion to Early Modern Philosophy, ed. by Steven Nadler, New York: Blackwell, 2002. 140-152.
    • Pessin, Andrew .“Malebranche’s Distinction Between General and Particular Volitions” Journal of the History of Philosophy39/1 (2001), 77-99.
    • Garber, Daniel. “Descartes and Occasionalism.” in Descartes Embodied. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 203-220.
    • Clarke, Desmond (2000). “Causal powers and occasionalism from Descartes to Malebranche.” in John Schuster, Stephen Gaukroger & John Sutton (eds.), Natural Philosophy.New York: Routledge, 2000, 131-48.
    • Scott, David. “Occasionalism Occasional Causation in Descartes’ Philosophy” Journal of the History of Philosophy  38/4 (2000), 503-528.
    • Pessin, Andrew. “Does Continuous Creation Entail Occasionalism? Malebranche and (Descartes)” Canadian Journal of Philosophy30/3 (2000), 413-440.
    •                        . “Malebranche’s Natural Theology and Incompleteness of God’s Volitions.” Religious Studies 36 (2000), 47-63.
    • Pessin, Andrew. “Malebranche Doctrine of Freedom/Consent and the Incompleteness of God’s Volitions” British Journal for the History of Philosophy 8/1 (2000), 21-53.
    • Nadler, Steven. “Malebranche on Causation.” in Cambridge Companion to Malebranche. Cambridge: Un. of Cambridge Press, 2000. 112-138
    • Kremer, Elmar J. “Malebranche on Human Freedom.” in Cambridge Companion to Malebranche. ed. Steven Nadler. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. 190-219
    • Hattab, Helen. “The Problem of Secondary Causation in Descartes: A Reply to Des Chene.” Perspectives on Science 8/2 (2000), 93-118.
    • Slowik, Edward. “Descartes’ Quantity of Motion: ‘New Age’ Holism meets the Cartesian Conservation Principle.” Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 80/2 (1999), 178-202.
    • Anstey, Peter. “Boyle on Occasionalism: An Unexamined Source” Journal of the History of Ideas 61/1 (1999), 57-81.
    • Nadler, Steven. “Louis de La Forge and the Development of Occasionalism: Continuos Creation and the Activity of Soul” Journal of the History of Philosophy 36/2 (1998), 215-231.
    • Hatfield, Gary C. “Force (God) in Descartes’ Physics.” in Descartes. ed. John Cottingham. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. 281-310.
    • Scott, David. “Malebranche on the Soul’s Power” Studia Leibnitiana 28/1 (1996), 37-57.
    • Nadler, Steven. “Malebranche’s Occasionalism: A Reply to Clarke” Journal of the History of Philosophy 33/3 (1995), 505-508.
    • Clatterbaugh, Kenneth. “Cartesian Causality, Explanation, and Divine Concurrence” History of Philosophy Quarterly 12/2 (1995), 195-207.
    • Clarke, Desmond M. “Malebranche and Occasionalism: A Reply to Steven Nadler” Journal of the History of Philosophy 33/3 (1995), 499-504.
    • Schmaltz, Tad. “Human Freedom, and Divine Creation in Malebranche, Descartes and Cartesians” British Journal for the History of Philosophy 2/2 (1994), 3-50.
    • Nadler, Steven. “Dualism and Occasionalism: Arnauld and the Development of Occasionalism” Revue Internationale de Philosophie vol. 48 (1994), 421-439.
    • Watson, Richard. “Malebranche, Models, and Causation” in Causation in Early Modern Philosophy: Cartesianism, Occasionalism, and Preestablished Harmony, S. Nadler, ed. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. 75-93
    • Rutherford, Donald P. “Natures, Laws, and Miracles: The Roots of Leibniz’s Critique of Occasionalism”in Causation in Early Modern Philosophy: Cartesianism, Occasionalism, and Preestablished Harmony, S. Nadler, ed. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. 135-158
    • Radner, Daisie. “Occasionalism” in Routledge History of Philosophy IV: Renaissance and Seventeenth Century Rationalism. ed. J. H. R. Parkinson. New York: Routledge, 1993. 349-384
    • Nadler Steven. “Occasionalism and General Will in Malebranche” Journal of the History of Philosophy  31/1 (1993), 31-47.
    • Lennon, M. Thomas. “Mechanism as a Silly Mouse: Bayle’s Defense of Occasionalism against the Preestablished Harmony” in Causation in Early Modern Philosophy: Cartesianism, Occasionalism, and Preestablished Harmony, S. Nadler, ed. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. 179-196
    • Sleigh, R. “Leibniz on Malebranche on Causality” in Central Themes in Early Modern Philosophy, J.A. Cover and M. Kulstad, eds. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett, 1990. 161-194
    • Jolley, Nicholas.“Berkeley and Malebranche on Causality and Volition.” in Central Themes in Early Modern Philosophy, J.A. Cover and M. Kulstad, eds. Indianapolis: Hackett. 1990. 227-243
    • Garber, Daniel. “How God Causes Motion: Descartes, Divine Sustenance, and Occasionalism” Journal of Philosophy 84/10 (1987), 567-580.
    • Balz, Albert. “Clauberg and the Development of Occasionalism” Philosophical Revie 43/1 (1934), 48-64.
    • Gueroult, M. “Metaphysique et physique de la force chez Descartes et chez Malebranche” Revue de Metaphysique et de Morale 59/1 (1954), 1-37.

    Occasionalism and British Empiricism


    • Hight, Marc A. “Berkeley’s Strange Semi-Occasionalist Mystery: Finite Minds as Causes” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Connolly Patrick J. “Maclaurin on Occasionalism: A Reply to Ablondi” Journal of Scottish Philosophy 14/1 (2016), 125-135.
    • Jordan, Jason. “Volitional Efficacy and the Paralytic’s Arm: Hume and the Discursus of Occasionalism,”Intellectual History Review, 25:4 (2015), 401-412.
    • Ablondi, Fred. “Newtonian vs. Newtonian: Baxter and MacLaurin on the Inactivity of Matter,” Journal of Scottish Philosophy,11/1 (2013), 15-23.
    • Daniel, Stephen H. “Edwards’ Occasionalism” in Don Schweitzer (ed.),, Jonathan Edwards as Contemporary: Essays in Honor of Sang Hyun Lee.(New York: Peter Lang, 2010),1-14.
    • Kail, Peter. “Hume, Malebranche and ‘Rationalism’” Philosophy: The Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy  83 (2008), 311-332.
    •  Mander, William J. The Philosophy of John Norris. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
    •  McDonough, Jeffrey. “Berkeley, Human Agency and Divine Concurrentism” Journal of the History of Philosophy 46/4 (2008), 567-590.
    • Roberts, J. Russell. A Metaphysics for the Mob: The Philosophy of George Berkeley. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.
    •  Kail, Peter. “On Hume’s Appropriation of Malebranche: Causation and Self,” European Journal of Philosophy 15 (2007): 1-26
    •  Bell, Martin. “Hume and Causal Power: The Influences of Malebranche and Newton” British Journal for History of Philosophy 5/1 (1997), 67-86.
    • Nadler, Steven. “No Necessary Connection: The Medieval Roots of the Occasionalist Roots of Hume” The Monist 79/3 (1996), 448-466.
    • Sleigh, Robert. “Leibniz on Malebranche on Causality,” in Central Themes in Early Modern Philosophy, ed. Jan Cover and Mark Kulstad ed.s. Indianapolis: Hackett. 1990. 161–93
    •  Jolley, Nicholas. “Berkeley and Malebranche on Causality and Volition.” in Central Themes in Early Modern Philosophy, J.A. Cover and M. Kulstad, eds. Indianapolis: Hackett. 1990. 227-243
    •  Lennon, Thomas. Veritas Filia Temporis: Hume on Time and Causation” History of Philosophy Quarterly 2/3 (Jul., 1985), 275-290.
    • McKim, Robert. “Berkeley on Human Agency,” History of Philosophy Quarterly 2 (1984), 181–94.
    •  McCracken, Charles. Malebranche and British Philosophy New York: Oxford University Press, 1983.
    • Pitcher, George. “Berkeley on the Mind’s Activity,” American Philosophical Quarterly 18 (1981), 221–27.
    • A. A. Luce, Berkeley And Malebranche: A Study In The Origins Of Berkeley’s Thought. London: Oxford University Press, 1934.
    •  Carll Whitman Doxsee, “Hume’s Relation to Malebranche,” The Philosophical Review  25 (1916): 692-710.

    Contemporary Discussions on Occasionalism


    • Walter J. Schultz and Lisanne D’Andrea-Winslow. “Divine Compositionalism as Occasionalism” in Occasionalism East and West, ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Ott, Walter. “Occasionalism and the Powers of Minds” in Occasionalism East and West,ed. Nazif Muhtaroglu, (Dubai:Kalam Research & Media, 2017).
    • Plantinga, Alvin. “Laws, Cause and Occasionalism” inReason and Faith:Themes from Richard Swinburne, 126–144. Edited by Michael Bergman and Jeffrey E. Brower. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016
    • Schultz, Walter J. ”Truth and Truth-makers,” Philosophia Christi 17/1 (2015), 7-30.
    • Lim, Daniel. “Occasionalism and non-reductive physicalism: Another Look at the Continous Creation Argument,” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 75/ 1 (2014), 39-57.
    • Schultz, Walter J. “The Actual World From Platonism to Plans,”Philosophia Christi, 16/1 (2014), 81-100.
    • Schultz, Walter J. & D’Andrea-Winslow, Lisanne. “Divine Compositionalism: A Form of Occasionalism or a Preferable Alternative View of Divine Action?” Theology and Science, (2014), 216-235.
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