[Malebranche] teaches that we see all things in God himself. This is certainly equivalent to explaining something unknown by something even more unknown. Moreover, according to him, we see not only all things in God, but God is also the sole activity therein, so that physical causes are so only apparently; they are merely occasional causes. ( Recherches de la vérité , Livre VI, seconde partie, chap. 3.) And so here we have essentially the pantheism of Spinoza who appears to have learned more from Malebranche than from Descartes.
'"Spirit" is matter seen in a stronger light. What else did Malebranche mean when he spoke of "seeing all things in God"? Existence is a mystery because the light of it is inexhaustible.l. p. jacks
"Nicolas Malebranche" in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophynicolas malebranche
Malebranche dirait qu’il n’y a plus une âme: Nous pensons humblement qu’il reste encor des cœurs.edmond rostand
Malebranche dirait qu'il n'y a plus une âme: Nous pensons humblement qu'il reste encor des cœurs.edmond rostand