Volume 6 2005

The Science of the Individual: Leibniz's Ontology of Individual Substance

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3259-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-3260-8 (Online)

Table of contents (37 chapters)

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    Pages 1-20

    Introduction

  2. Individuals and Concepts at the Origins of Leibniz’s Project

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      Pages 23-33

      A World of Individuals: Particularist Ontology

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      Pages 33-44

      A World of Concepts: Combinatorial Science and the Individual

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      Pages 44-54

      Abstraction and Predication: At the Boundary of Concepts and Things

  3. Origo Rerum ex Formis

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      Pages 55-71

      “Mira res, aliud esse subjectum quam formas seu attributa”

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      Pages 72-88

      Modes and Requisites: The Genesis of Finite Things

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      Pages 88-98

      Ens Completum: The Emergence of Complete Being

  4. Series Rerum

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      Pages 99-111

      De affectibus: From the Dynamics of Passions to the Series of Substance States

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      Pages 111-117

      Subject of Action

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      Pages 117-127

      Subject and Time: The Birth of a Continuant

  5. Interlude

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      Pages 131-137

      The Double Root of Truth

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      Pages 137-144

      Fundamentum Veritatis

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      Pages 144-152

      Conceptual Containment

  6. Categories (1)

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      Pages 155-161

      Introduction to the Category Tables

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      Pages 161-178

      Varietas. Identity for Concepts and Things: The General Framework

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      Pages 179-196

      Concepts, Things and the Grammar of Substance

  7. Complete Concept and Substance

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      Pages 197-206

      Complete Concepts

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      Pages 206-218

      Conceptual Individuation: Complete Concept and the Identity of Indiscernibles

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      Pages 218-235

      Conceptual Individuation: Complete Concept and Transtemporal Identity

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      Pages 235-237

      Post-Script. Twenty Years Later: De Volder (and Others) Facing Individual Concept

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