Isegoría 58:39-53 (2018)

Josep Olesti
Universitat de Girona
This article addresses the topic of death and immortality in Leibniz and Diderot. The plaisanterie by Diderot that perception continues after death is compared to Leibniz’ position regarding monad incessancy. This will lead to an analysis of Leibniz’ reasons to defend not only the incessancy, but even the immortality of certain monads.
Keywords Death  Diderot  Immortality  Leibniz  inmortalidad  muerte
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DOI 10.3989/Isegoria.2018.058.02
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