Raey, John De
Raey, John De a Dutch theologian and philosopher, flourished in the second half of the 17th century, at Leyden. He was a devoted Cartesianist, and distinguished himself greatly as such in 1665 at public disputation. He was in favor of complete alienation of philosophy from religion, and had a dangerous tendency to scepticism of the very worst character. See Spanheim, Apistola, in Opp. i, 959.