Studia Leibnitiana 34 (2):208 - 220 (2002)

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Nicholas Rescher
University of Pittsburgh
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Dieser Beitrag behandelt das Problem, wie im Hinblick auf Leibniz' Verpflichtungen der Theologie und Logik gegenüber der Schluss vermieden werden kann, dass die wirkliche Welt notwendig existieren muss. Die Argumentation läuft darauf hinaus, dass Leibniz in der Zeit von 1683 bis 1686 seine Position zu dieser Frage fundamental renovierte: Sein Umdenken entstand am Ursprung einer neuen Sicht auf Logik in der Kontingenz und die theologischen Implikationen der freien Handlung Gottes
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