Martini, Corneille a learned Belgian Lutheran, was born at Antwerp in 1567, and was educated in Germany, where he took the degree of doctor of arts and theology. In 1591 he taught logic in his native city, and for thirty years filled that chair successfully. He died at Helmstidt, Dec. 17, 1621, at the age of fifty-four. His works are De Subjecto etsini Logicae (Lemgo, 1597, 12mo): — Metaphysica Commentatio, compendiose. succincte, et perspicue comprehendens universam metaphysices doctrinam (Strasburg, 1605, 12mo, et al.): — De Analysi logica (Helmst. 1619, et al.): — Commentarius in Alpuleii librum περὶ ἑρμηνείας (Frankfort, 1621, 12mo): — Commentariorum logicortuim adversus Ramistas Libri quinque
(Helmst. 1623, 12mo): — Ethica: — Compendium Theologiae. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, vol. 34, s.v.