(18611949). Fr. philos.; devout RC In L'Action he holds that the human will, which produces action, cannot be satisfied by finite good; hence a discrepancy bet. capabilities and will. From this point he developed an argument for existence of God based on volition. Assoc. with Modernist Movement.
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