My senior thesis explored the notion of action under George Berkeley's system, and one claim I tried to address was that Berkeley contradicts himself when discussing will.
In his Philosophical Commentaries, Berkeley writes:
We move our Legs our selves. 'tis we that will their movement. Herein I differ from Malebranche (#548).
The specific criticism that I wanted to address somewhat hinges on exactly how Berkeley differs from Malebranche, and unfortunately Berkeley isn't explicit on the subject. I've looked through Malebranche's Wikipedia page, and it states that according to him, "both the idea in the mind and the movement in the body are caused by God." This certainly differs from Berkeley drastically, but I can't reasonably cite Wikipedia in substantiation of this claim.
So I'm wondering if there are any Malebranche scholars out there who could point me in the right direction to find some concise (read: quotable) passages that spell out the claims Wikipedia makes about his philosophy.
I would really appreciate any help in this regard; I've never studied Malebranche or even heard of him before writing this paper, and although I've already turned in my thesis, this is a question that I would still like a more definitive answer to than what I gave in my paper.