Leibnizian Materialism

Dialogue 49 (4):573-588 (2010)

Abstract
In this paper, I argue a position that has almost never been held: that Leibniz was a materialist. At the conclusion of my article, I consider whether the difficulty of reconciling Leibnizs idea of concluding that there is instead a Leibnizian idea of which does a better job
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