The doctrine ascribing the connection between mental and bodily events to the continuing intervention of God.
- ‘Throughout Letters, Norris defends his occasionalism against Astell's critiques.’
- ‘Cordemoy was one of the first, if not the first, to argue that Cartesian metaphysics leads to occasionalism.’
- ‘Edwards' mental phenomenalism is a natural extension of his occasionalism and views on substance.’
- ‘Plastic nature enables Cudworth to account for the providential ordering of the universe without falling into the trap of occasionalism.’