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  1. Die Struktur des Grundes.Joachim Christian Horn - 1971 - ([Ratingen]: Henn.
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  2. Dokumente zur Geschichte der Leibniz-Edition (III).Wenchao Li - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (2):267-280.
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  3. Leibniz on Relations, Again.Massimo Mugnai - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (2):250-266.
    In his article, Florian Vermeiren attributes to Leibniz – like other interpreters before him – the distinction of two different kinds of relations: 1) relations in the proper sense of the word as, for example, the fatherhood subsisting between Sophroniscus and Socrates, which Leibniz considers situated ‘outside the subjects’ involved; 2) relational properties, such as being a father, inherent in Sophroniscus. The distinction is clearly present in Leibniz’s writings. According to Vermeiren, Leibniz considers ‘purely mental’ only the relations ‘out of (...)
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  4. Questioning the Conceptualist Reading of Leibniz’s Theory of Relations.Florian Vermeiren - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (2):225-249.
    This paper challenges Mugnai’s conceptualist reading of Leibniz’s theory of relations. I specifically question his idea that relational accidents are mental additions to absolute foundations. I examine some of the evidence on which he relies. Most importantly, I question his interpretation of Leibniz’s rejection of purely extrinsic denominations (abbreviated “NPED”) as stating that relations result from non-relational foundations. Mugnai thereby understands Leibniz’s notion of ‘extrinsic’ as ‘relational’ or ‘relative’. Such a reading contradicts both Leibniz’s definition of ‘extrinsic denominations’ and the (...)
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  5. False Ideas: Leibniz and Aquinas.Matteo Favaretti Camposampiero - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (2):205-224.
    Though accepting the traditional view that truth and falsity are properties of propositions and judgments, Leibniz does not refrain from predicating truth and falsity of pre-judgmental items such as ideas, which he considers to be true iff logically consistent, and false otherwise. Elsewhere, however, Leibniz claims that ideas are true or false only insofar as they include the (true or false) affirmation that their object is possible. This paper aims to cast light on Leibniz’s doctrine of ideas as truth-bearers by (...)
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  6. Zur Frage der Erkenntnis der Existenz bei Christian Wolff.Juan Ignacio Gómez Tutor - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (2):184-204.
    The paper first examines the difference between Wolff’s demonstration of my present existence and Descartes’ intuitive connection of my thinking with my existence. The results of this investigation enable us to analyse two controversial answers to the question of the knowledge of existence in Wolff’s works. The first answer is from Jürgen Stolzenberg, who discusses Wolff’s proof of the statement: I am. The second is written by Luigi Cataldi Madonna, who investigates the concept of contingent existence in Wolff’s works. The (...)
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  7. Leibniz as a Moralist: In Memory of Marcelo Dascal.Elhanan Yakira - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (2):163-183.
    This article is written in the memory of Marcelo Dascal, and is conceived as an imaginary answer to a question put by him to the author: what is the point – given a shared non-religious, even atheistic, outlook – in translating (into the Hebrew) of Leibniz’s Théodicée? The two main theses of this imagined answer are: 1. That there is in the Théodicée a moral theory, partly implicit but irreducible and relatively independent of its theological content, and that this theory (...)
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  8. Zur modallogischen Fundierung des Leibniz’schen Möglichkeitsbegriffes.Hans Poser - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (2):156-162.
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  9. Leibniz, der Höfling.Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (2):142-155.
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  10. Kant e Leibniz sobre o problema da teodiceia.Bruno Cunha - 2024 - Kant Em Diálogo.
    O pensamento de Leibniz foi, sem dúvida, essencial para o desenvolvimento das linhas fundamentais da filosofia crítico-transcendental de Kant. A interlocução entre Kant e Leibniz é evidente no decorrer do pensamento kantiano, seja diretamente, nos diversos momentos em que Kant busca um enfrentamento explícito com seu predecessor, seja indiretamente, quando Kant discute com os autores da escolástica alemã que são considerados discípulos de Leibniz Pretendo observar, em particular, que uma das discussões pouco noticiadas, mas de grande relevância para o desenvolvimento (...)
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  11. Substancia y cuerpo: acerca de la unidad y la composición en la filosofía de Leibniz.Ana Leila Jabase - 2023 - Tópicos 45:e0061.
    Nos ocupamos aquí de una cuestión de importancia para la filosofía moderna, y para la filosofía leibniziana en particular, como es el concepto de substancia. Veremos cómo, en Leibniz, la divisibilidad de la materia al infinito y la necesidad de un principio que dé razón de la unidad en la multiplicidad de los elementos que componen todo cuerpo, lo llevan a concebir unidades metafísicas que son su fundamento. Asimismo, la respuesta a esta cuestión alude al problema del cuerpo de una (...)
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  12. J. Rohbeck, Moderne Aufklärung || G. Gaiada, La metafísica de Leibniz por Heinrich Schepers.Daniel Brauer & Rodolfo Fazio - 2024 - Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofia 50 (1):181-186.
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  13. Leibniz: Critical and Interpretive Essays.Ian Hacking (ed.) - 1982 - University of Minnesota Press.
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  14. Was ist Geschichte? Aktuelle Entwicklungstendenzen von Geschichtsphilosophie und Geschichtswissenschaft. (Abhandlungen der Leibniz-Sozietät der Wissenschaften Bd. 19.Stahl Jürgen (ed.) - 2008 - Berlin:
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  15. “Das Recht kann nicht ungerecht sein …” Beiträge zu Leibniz’ Philosophie der Gerechtigkeit.Andreas Blank (ed.) - 2015 - Stuttgart, Germany:
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  16. Leibniz’ Rezeption der Aristotelischen Logik und Metaphysik.Andreas Blank (ed.) - 2016 - Hildesheim, Germany:
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  17. Leibniz und das Naturrecht.Andreas Blank (ed.) - 2019 - Stuttgart, Deutschland:
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  18. Actas del Congreso Internacional, Ciencia, Tecnología y Bien Común: La actualidad de Leibniz, Valencia, 21-23 de marzo 2001.Cabañas Leticia (ed.) - 2002 - Valencia: Universidad Politécnica de Valencia.
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  19. Rechts- und Staatsphilosophie bei G. W. Leibniz, Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen 2020.Ursula Goldenbaum (ed.) - 2020 - Mohr Siebeck.
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  20. Chr. Leduc, P. Rateau and J.-L. Solère, eds., Leibniz et Bayle: Confrontation et Dialogue.Jean-Luc Solere (ed.) - 2015 - Hanover, Germany:
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  21. The young Leibniz's tentative acceptance of physical occasionalism.Christian Henkel - forthcoming - Southern Journal of Philosophy.
    In this article, I revisit Leibniz's early views on physical causation, more specifically, his relation to physical occasionalism focusing on the period from 1668 to 1676. An in-depth analysis of the Confession of Nature against the Atheists taken together with the Catholic Demonstrations, Leibniz's correspondence with Jakob Thomasius from 1668/69, and the Pacidius Philalethi (1676) serve as evidence that his position leads to physical occasionalism. This receives further confirmation by taking into account Leibniz's familiarity with Weigel's occasionalism in contrast to (...)
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  22. Leibniz et Diderot.Christian Leduc, François Pépin, Anne-Lise Rey & Mitia Rioux-Beaulne (eds.) - 2015 - Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal.
    Ce livre s’intéresse à une rencontre : celle de deux philosophes, mais aussi celle de deux siècles et de deux régimes de pensée. Leibniz (1646-1716) et Diderot (1713-1784) appartiennent à deux traditions en apparence opposées : on associe généralement la pensée leibnizienne aux grands systèmes métaphysiques du XVIIe siècle, et celle de Diderot à la mise en pièces de ces édifices par la voie d’une philosophie expérimentale radicalement antisystématique. Pourtant, plusieurs liens entre les deux œuvres sont visibles, qu’il s’agisse d’emprunts (...)
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  23. Evolution of Leibniz’s Thought in the Matter of Fictions and Infinitesimals.Monica Ugaglia & Mikhail Katz - 2024 - In Bharath Sriraman (ed.), Handbook of the History and Philosophy of Mathematical Practice. Cham: Springer. pp. 341-384.
    In this chapter, we offer a reconstruction of the evolution of Leibniz’s thought concerning the problem of the infinite divisibility of bodies, the tension between actuality, unassignability, and syncategorematicity, and the closely related question of the possibility of infinitesimal quantities, both in physics and in mathematics.Some scholars have argued that syncategorematicity is a mature acquisition, to which Leibniz resorts to solve the question of his infinitesimals – namely the idea that infinitesimals are just signs for Archimedean exhaustions, and their unassignability (...)
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  24. A Deleuzian Dialogue Between Leibniz and Ruyer: Monads, Absolute Survey and Life.Hamed Movahedi - 2024 - Deleuze and Guattari Studies 18 (2):246–276.
    In The Fold, Deleuze regards Raymond Ruyer as the most recent of Leibniz’s great disciples. This claim is not self-evident, since Ruyer often criticises Leibniz and stresses the divergence of his theory from Leibniz’s monadological metaphysics. Therefore, while Ruyer does not seem to regard himself as indebted to Leibniz, and as his psychobiology is not always reconcilable with Leibniz’s philosophy, it is necessary to explore what is at stake in Deleuze’s recognition of Ruyer as a Leibnizian thinker. This essay foregrounds (...)
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  25. Definitions by abstraction and Leibniz's notion of quantity.Filippo Costantini - 2024 - Theoria 90 (2):240-255.
    This paper analyses the abstractionist account of quantity championed by Leibniz, especially in the 1680s. Leibniz introduced the notion of quantity in an indirect way, via an abstraction principle. In the first part of the paper, I identify the context in which this approach arose in light of Leibniz's criticism of his earlier dream of an ‘alphabet of human thought’. Recognising the impossibility of such a project led him to realise that, when dealing with terms referring to abstract objects, we (...)
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  26. Analysis and Reform of Leibniz's Law of Sufficient Reason.Shi Jing - 2024 - International Journal of Philosophy 12 (2):16-21.
    Since Leibniz first put forward the sufficient reason law in his philosophical work "The Monadology" (1914), the issue of the law of sufficient reason has aroused heated discussions in the field of logic in our country. The question of whether the law of sufficient reason is the basic law of formal logic was particularly heated in the domestic logic circle in 1978-1980. Since then, there has been little discussion, but from the newly compiled formal logic textbooks published one after another, (...)
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  27. A tale of a threshing machine: Images of the Voigt-Leibniz mathematical-agricultural machine at the beginning of the 18th century.Michael Friedman - 2024 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 105 (C):17-31.
  28. Gravity, Occult Qualities, and Newton's Ontology of Powers.Patrick J. Connolly - 2024 - In Sebastian Bender & Dominik Perler (eds.), Powers and Abilities in Early Modern Philosophy. Routledge.
    One prominent criticism of Newtonianism held that gravitational attraction is an occult quality. The charge, pressed most forcefully by Leibniz, claims that Newton had abandoned the intelligibility of mechanism and allowed for an unexplained and inexplicable force in nature. This paper focuses on one of Newton’s replies to this accusation: his claim that gravitation is no more mysterious than phenomena like inertia and impenetrability. I argue that we can understand and motivate this Newtonian position by looking at the account of (...)
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  29. Leibniz’s Principle, (Non-)Entanglement, and Pauli Exclusion.Cord Friebe - 2024 - Philosophies 9 (2):45.
    Both bosons and fermions satisfy a strong version of Leibniz’s Principle of the Identity of Indiscernibles (PII), and so are ontologically on a par with respect to the PII. This holds for non-entangled, non-product states and for physically entangled states—as it has been established in previous work. In this paper, the Leibniz strategy is completed by including the (bosonic) symmetric product states. A new understanding of Pauli’s Exclusion Principle is provided, which distinguishes bosons from fermions in a peculiar ontological way. (...)
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  30. Leibniz, el archifilósofo.Javier Echeverría - 2023 - Madrid (España): Plaza y Valdés Editores.
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  31. Le rationalisme de Leibniz et la culture arabe.Tahar Ben Guiza - 2023 - Cité El Ghazala [Tunisia]: Nirvana.
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  32. The Leibniz-Caroline-Clarke Correspondence.Gregory Brown (ed.) - 2023 - Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
    "The documents gathered in this volume cut a winding path through the tumultuous final thirty-three months of Leibniz's life, from March 1714 to his death on 14 November 1716. The disputes with Newton and his followers over the discovery of the calculus and, later, over the issues in natural philosophy and theology that came to dominate Leibniz's correspondence with Samuel Clarke certainly loom large in the story of these years. But as the title of this volume is intended to convey, (...)
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  33. Der Leibnizsche substanzbegriff mit besonderer beziehung auf seine entstehung und sein verhältnis zur körperlehre..Harris Franklin Rall - 1899 - Halle a. S.,: Druck von E. Karras.
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  34. Leibnizens und Kants Lehre vom Raum miteinander verglichen.Johannes Pitschel - 1905 - Leipzig: Druck von F. A. Körner.
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  35. Die lehre vom unbewussten im system des Leibniz..Richard Herbertz - 1905 - Halle a.: d. S., Druck von E. Karras.
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  36. Die Leibniz'sche Staatsidee aus den Quellen dargestellt.Erwin Ruck - 1909 - Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck).
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  37. Johann Theodor Jablonski: Protocollum Concilij Societatis Scientiarum (II).Wenchao Li, Stefan Luckscheiter & Sabine Sellschopp - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (1):117-136.
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  38. The Improved Calendar of 1700 and the Interplay with Astronomical Data.Robert W. Schmidt - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (1):96-116.
    We discuss the astronomical underpinning of the improved calendar of 1700. Starting from the astronomical motivation of the Gregorian calendar of 1582 and the rejection of this reform in Protestant states in Europe, we describe how the astronomical Easter reckoning based on Kepler’s Rudolphine tables led to the foundation of Berlin Observatory and enabled the founding of the Electoral Brandenburg Society of Sciences, which had to finance itself through a calendar monopoly.
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  39. Barocke Weltmodelle: Der Gottorfer Globus des Adam Olearius und die Riesengloben Erhard Weigels.Günther Oestmann - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (1):62-95.
    Between 1650 and 1664, a giant globe was created in Gottorf under Duke Friedrich III, which was widely known and marvelled at by many contemporaries as a wonder of the world. The scientific management of the project was the responsibility of the court mathematician and librarian Adam Olearius. The Gottorf Globe and its counterpart (a “Sphaera Copernicana”) presented the astronomical knowledge of the time in a pictorial form. The image of the earth and the cosmos was also intended to show (...)
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  40. Die Sonnenfinsternisse von 1654 und 1706.Hans Gaab - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (1):9-40.
    In early modern times, solar eclipses were feared events that gave rise to much astrological speculation, even though these events could already be predicted long in advance. Around 1700, the situation was already different. Astrology had lost its status as a science and had largely been pushed out of the universities. On the other hand solar eclipses had become very important for cartography. From the beginning and end times of the eclipse at different locations, the differences of their geographical coordinates (...)
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  41. Einleitung.Klaus-Dieter Herbst - 2022 - Studia Leibnitiana 54 (1):3-8.
    With an overview of the most important scientific innovations in 17th century Europe as a background, the focus is on the field of astronomy and its distinction from astrology. The essays collected in this volume are situated within this development of the early modern period.
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  42. Spinoza y la filosofía verdadera. Estudio a partir de las recepciones de Burgh, Steno y Leibniz.Leila Jabase - 2024 - Anales Del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía 41 (1):39-50.
    El presente artículo aborda la pregunta por la filosofía, las ideas y la verdad en el pensamiento spinoziano, así como el camino para acceder a ellas. Para esto, trazamos un recorrido histórico que comprende una serie de cartas y comentarios que incluyen a Burgh, Steno y Leibniz. Esto nos permitirá, por un lado, mostrar la relevancia histórico-filosófica del debate y, por otro, sostener nuestra hipótesis, según la cual Spinoza consideraría su filosofía como verdadera porque parte de una concepción sobre la (...)
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  43. Inertia, Science, and Substantial Forms in Leibniz's Early Metaphysics.Shohei Edamura - 2024 - Review of Metaphysics 77 (3):461-481.
    Leibniz considered that there are substances in a body, each of which does not solely have a shape and size and can act spontaneously. Although he started to regard bodies as having inherent substantial forces in 1678–79, what exactly led him to suppose this is not obvious. The author aims to articulate Leibniz's most important motivation for "restoring" substantial forms. He first notes that Leibniz considered that every body tends to slow down because of its natural inertia. He then discusses (...)
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  44. A Gentle Introduction to the Leibniz Hierarchy.Tommaso Moraschini - 2024 - In Jacek Malinowski & Rafał Palczewski (eds.), Janusz Czelakowski on Logical Consequence. Springer Verlag. pp. 123-201.
    The aim of this chapter is to review the basics of the theory of the Leibniz hierarchy typical of abstract algebraic logic. Proofs and examples are presented in a selfcontained way, with an eye to offering a quick entry to the field to the nonspecialist.
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  45. De Leibniz a Hegel: força, lei e infinitude na Fenomenologia do espírito.Bernardo Enes Dias - 2013 - Kairos 7:61-85.
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  46. Brevíssima apresentação da Brevis Designatio de Leibniz.Olga Pombo - 2012 - Kairos 4:119-124.
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  47. Meditating and Inquiring with Imagination: Leibniz, Lambert, and Kant on the Cognitive Value of Diagrams.Lucia Oliveri - 2024 - History and Philosophy of Logic 45:1-19.
    Reasoning with diagrams is considered to be a peculiar form of reasoning. Diagrams are often associated with imagistic representations conveyed by spatial arrangements of lines, points, figures, or letters that can be manipulated to obtain knowledge on a subject matter. Reasoning with diagrams is not just ‘peculiar’ because reasoners use spatially arranged characters to obtain knowledge – diagrams apparently have cognitive surplus: they enable a quasi-intuitive form of knowledge. The present paper analyses the issue of diagrams’ cognitive value by enquiring (...)
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  48. The Contiguity of the Continuum: A Kafkian Leibniz.Cristóbal Durán Rojas - 2024 - Deleuze and Guattari Studies 18 (1):60-80.
    Deleuze’s philosophy is permeated with the problem of the continuum. The idea that the coexistence of durations is implied in the concept of duration itself allows Deleuze to offer a fresh perspective on multiplicity, which is distinct from Bergson’s approach, and which proposes new perspectives on the continuum. While Deleuze critiques Leibniz’s view on this concept by highlighting the non-uniform nature of the continuum, the infinitesimal still plays a significant role in his analysis. However, in his late reading of Leibniz, (...)
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  49. Generales inquisitiones de analysi notionum et veritatum =.Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - 1993 - Hamburg: F. Meiner Verlag. Edited by Franz Schupp.
    Die Generales Inquisitiones von 1686 stellen die wichtigste geschlossene Arbeit Leibniz' zu Fragen der Logik dar. Wie in dem ebenfalls 1686 verfaßten Discours de Métaphysique (PhB 260) wird hier Leibniz' Auffassung deutlich, in seinem Denken eine gewisse systematische Geschlossenheit gefunden zu haben.
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  50. Hegel’s Return to Leibniz? The Fate of Rationalist Ontology after Kant.Andree Hahmann - 2023 - Idealistic Studies 53 (3):237-261.
    This paper examines the development of the modern concept of substance from Leibniz to Hegel. I will focus primarily on the problem of the inner and outer nature of substance. I will show that if one considers Hegel’s discussion of substance against the background of the controversy between Leibniz and Kant about the inner and outer nature of substance, it becomes clear that for Hegel both Leibniz and Kant grasped the whole concept of substance only partially and in its abstract (...)
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