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The Works of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
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This collection has all of the following works: The Monadology Theodicy: Essays On the Goodness of God the Freedom of Man and the Origin of Evil The work of Leibniz anticipated modern logic and... More > analytic philosophy, but his philosophy also looks back to the scholastic tradition, in which conclusions are produced by applying reason to first principles or prior definitions rather than to empirical evidence. Leibniz made major contributions to physics and technology, and anticipated notions that surfaced much later in philosophy, probability theory, biology, medicine, geology, psychology, linguistics, and information science.< Less
Syntactic Analyses 6: The Monadology, (Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz) By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
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Theodicy: Essays On the Goodness of God the Freedom of Man and the Origin of Evil By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
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Théodicée, is a book of philosophy by the German polymath Gottfried Leibniz. The book, published in 1710, introduced the term theodicy, and its optimistic approach to the problem of... More > evil is thought to have inspired Candide (albeit satirically). Much of the work consists of a response to the ideas of Pierre Bayle, with whom Leibniz carried on a debate for many years.< Less
The Monadology By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
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The Monadology The monad, the word and the idea, belongs to the western philosophical tradition and has been used by various authors. Leibniz, who was exceptionally well read, could not have ignored... More > this, but he did not use it himself until mid-1696 when he was sending for print his New System. Apparently he found with it a convenient way to expose his own philosophy as it was elaborated in this period. What he proposed can be seen as a modification of occasionalism developed by latter-day Cartesians. Leibniz surmised that there are indefinitely many substances individually 'programmed' to act in a predetermined way, each program being coordinated with all the others. This is the pre-established harmony which solved the mind body problem at the cost of declaring any interaction between substances a mere appearance, something which Leibniz accepted. Indeed it was space itself which became an appearance as in his system there was no need for distinguishing inside from outside.< Less
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz : l'intégrale By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
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Les 12 œuvres complètes de Leibniz. Textes intégraux, sommaire interactif conçu pour un confort maximal de lecture. Idéal pour étudiants et amoureux de... More > littérature.< Less
Teodicea y Monadología By Gottfried W. Leibniz
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El libro Leibniz, Teodicea (Ensayos sobre la bondad de Dios, la libertad del hombre y el origen del mal) y Monadología, aborda los pensamientos del filósofo, matemático, jurista,... More > bibliotecario y político alemán Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646 1716).< Less
Nouveaux essais sur l'entendement humain By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
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Enfin en édition électronique les très recherchés Nouveaux essais sur l'entendement humain de Gottfried Leigniz. Texte intégral, la table des matières... More > interactives vous permet de vous déplacer en un clic au chapitre désiré, idéal pour étudiants, chercheurs et philosophes. Toute l'essence du rationalisme allemand en un ouvrage d'anthologie, pièce maîtresse de la philosophie européenne. Un ouvrage de 1765 qui n'a pas pris une ride. - Différentes illustrations de l'auteur viennent agrémenter la lecture -< Less
The Science of Monads By Mike Hockney
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Scientific materialism isn’t the only type of science. Leibniz, the great German genius, was a champion of scientific idealism. The atoms in his system weren’t physical, but mental, and... More > he named them monads. A present-day Leibniz might say, “All things are made from mental atoms, which are simple mathematical substances from which all compounds are mathematically derived via the laws of ontological mathematics. Monads are expressed through constant motion, and that mental motion is what we call thinking. Pure thinking takes place in an immaterial, mathematical frequency domain outside space and time. By virtue of Fourier mathematics, frequency functions can be represented in a spacetime domain, and this domain is what is known as the physical world of matter. It is just a certain mode of mental functionality. There is no such thing as scientific matter. There is only mind. A mind is a monad, and monads are all there are. Everything is an expression of monadic, mental mathematics.”< Less
A Refutation Recently Discovered of Spinoza by Leibnitz By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz
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Originally published in 1855 by Thomas Constable and Co., Edinburgh, this work highlights the differences in philosophy between Spinoza and Leibnitz.
The Last Man Who Knew Everything By Mike Hockney
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Three hundred years ago, it was possible to have read all of the important books in the world. Most intelligent people of the time believed the world was a living organism. Matter was alive... More > (hylozoism), or mind was everywhere (panpsychism), or God was everywhere (theism), or God and Nature were one (pantheism). A hundred years later, the world was viewed as a vast, purposeless machine. Either there was no God (atheism), or he was a remote God of Laws (deism) and not of revelation and salvation. Leibniz was the last genius to know everything and to accept that the universe was an organism – a mathematical organism. Leibniz was the secret author of the Illuminati’s Grand Unified Theory of Everything based on “nothing”. He created an entire universe out of a “Big Bang” singularity comprising infinite “monads” (zeros), each with infinite energy capacity. This is the story of the first mathematical Theory of Everything. Leibniz’s monads have one last, incredible secret to reveal: they are souls!< Less