- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 2005 ed.
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- XII, 414 p.
- 241 x 165 x 25 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 816 g
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"This study is an impressive piece of work which makes a real contribution to our understanding of Leibniz's theory of individuals. It offers a very illuminating, sophisticated, and scholarly account of tensions and developments in Leibniz's thinking about these issues. ... It is particularly insightful also about his relations with other philosophers such as Suarez, Descartes, Hobbes and Arnauld." (Nicholas Jolley, University of California, Irvine, Department of Philosophy (editor of the "Cambridge Companion to Leibniz")
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Introduction. Individual Substance in the Discourse Metaphysics: Some Problems. Part I. The Genesis of a Complete Being. Section 1. Individuals and Concepts at the Origins of Leibniz's Project. Section 2. Origo Rerum ex Formis: The (Onto-)logical Construction of a World from Conceptual Atomism to Individual Substance. Section 3. Series Rerum. The Causal-Temporal Structure of Things: Model Metaphysics and Philosophy of Mind. Interlude: On Truth. Part II. A Logico-Ontological Framework for Substances. Section 4. Categories (1). Concepts, Things and the Reform of the Category Table. Section 5. Complete Concept and Substance: The New Alliance of Concept and Thing. Section 6. Categories (2). The Theory of Conditions in the Categorial Framework. Part III. Notio Completa: Complete Concept and Individual History. Section 7. The Debate on DM 13: Some Leading Ideas. Section 8. Scientia Dei: Individual Concepts in God's Mind. Section 9. Law, Concept and World: The Nomological and Relational Structure of Complete Concepts. Post-Script 1. Individual Concepts and the Infinitary Solution. Post-Script 2. Individual Concepts and Leibniz's Metaphysics of History. Substances, Concepts and Individual Essences: Some Concluding Remarks.