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The Problem of Universals in Early Modern Philosophy
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Problem of Universals in Early Modern Philosophy
Stefano Di Bella, Tad M Schmaltz
The ancient topic of universals was central to scholastic philosophy, which raised the question of whether universals exist as Platonic forms, as instantiated Aristotelian forms, as concepts abstracted from singular things, or as words that have u...
The Science of the Individual: Leibniz's Ontology of Individual Substance
Stefano Di Bella
In his well-known Discourse on Metaphysics, Leibniz puts individual substance at the basis of metaphysical building. In so doing, he connects himself to a venerable tradition. His theory of individual concept, however, breaks with another idea of ...
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Journal of the History of Philosophy This text brings together a fine collection of essays providing many new insights into the disparate ways in which early modern thinkers grappled, intentionally or otherwise, with universals.
Benjamin Hill, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews This collection is a fine contribution to this new view of the early moderns, one which enrichens our understanding of their deeper commitments and attitudes. No self-respecting academic library should be without this title, and no historian of early modern philosophy should be ignorant of it.
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<strong>Stephano Di Bella</strong> is Professor of The History of Philosophy at the University of Milan. <strong>Tad Schmaltz</strong> is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan.
1. Introduction to Universals in Modern Philosophy Stefano Di Bella and Tad M. Schmaltz 2. Gassendi on the Problem of Universals Antonia LoLordo 3. Hobbes, Universal Names, and Nominalism Stewart Duncan 4. Spinoza on Universals Samuel Newlands 5. Descartes on Universal Essences and Divine Knowledge Lawrence Nolan 6. Platonism and Conceptualism among the Cartesians Tad M. Schmaltz 7. Universals and Individuals in Malebranche's Philosophy Mariangela Priarolo 8. Universals in English Platonism: More, Cudworth, Norris Brunello Lotti 9. Some Perspectives on Leibniz's Nominalism and Its Sources Stefano Di Bella 10. Locke's Essay and Leibniz's Nouveaux Essais: Competing Theories of Universals Martha Brandt Bolton 11. Locke on General Ideas E. J. Lowe 12. Berkeley on Abstraction, Universals and Universal Knowledge Tom Stoneham 13. Hume on Abstraction and Identity Donald L. M. Baxter 14. Kant on Abstractionism about Concept Formation Alberto Vanzo