La polémita sobre lo innato en el libro I de Los 'nuevos ensayos'

Theoria 6 (1):67-81 (1991)
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Abstract

Leibniz’s Noveaux Essays are the exercise of a systems dialogue. It is in the first book, when he speaks about innate ideas, where its bases are set, and there Leibniz propounds the basic ideas of his controversy against Locke. Leibniz is convinced that his system is more perfect than Locke’s one and that, if Locke solved his contradictions, he would approach his own system. The hidden aim of the Noveaux Essays redaction is placed beyond a system dialogue, and it can be seen in it the existence of a vast political dialogue whose purpose is the European unity

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