La verdad Del otro Y la práctica ecuménica en Leibniz
Theoria 6 (1):161-173 (1991)
|Abstract||It is possible to describe certain basic principles that underlie Leibniz’s political activities. These principles do not literally determine the specific steps Leibniz takes, but play a much more decisive role than that due to mere metaphysical principles. They provide a general frame work for his activities and a point of reference towards which his reflections tend. Particular attention is paid here to the concept of perspective and its presence in Leibniz’s correspondence with Bossuet, Pellison and Madame de Brinon and the way in which a theological dialogue enables Leibniz to develop his vision of reality|
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