El atomismo de Leibniz en De summa rerum : una interpretación a la luz de la cosmología cartesiana1

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Resumen: En el presente trabajo estudiamos la teoría atomista que Leibniz propone en De summa rerum. Luego de explicar las razones que esgrime con vistas a introducir átomos materiales en la naturaleza, defendemos una doble hipótesis. En primer lugar, mostramos que el atomismo leibniziano recibe inspiración de la cosmología cartesiana. En segundo lugar, proponemos que esta teoría ha de comprenderse en el marco de sus reflexiones acerca de la sustancia corpórea y que es concebida con vistas a superar las dificultades que el período parisino presenta a su metafísica juvenil.: In this paper we study Leibniz's atomist theory in De summa rerum. After explaining why he introduces material atoms in nature, we defend a double hypothesis. First, we show that Leibnizian atomism receives his inspirations from Cartesian cosmology. Second, we hold that this theory should be understood in the context of his reflections on corporeal substances and, furthermore, that it is conceived in order to overcome the inconveniences that the Parisian period present to his metaphysics of youth.
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