Leibniz: What Kind of Rationalist?

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-8667-0 (Print) 978-1-4020-8668-7 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XX

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 1-13

      Introduction

  3. Reinterpreting Leibniz’s Rationalism?

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      Pages 15-15

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      Pages 17-35

      Leibniz’s Rationalism: A Plea Against Equating Soft and Strong Rationality

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      Pages 37-72

      Leibniz’s Two-Pronged Dialectic

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      Pages 73-82

      Leibniz’s Rationality: Divine Intelligibility and Human Intelligibility

  4. Natural Sciences and Mathematics

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      Pages 83-83

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      Pages 85-98

      De Abstracto et Concreto: Rationalism and Empirical Science in Leibniz

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      Pages 99-110

      Leibniz Against the Unreasonable Newtonian Physics

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      Pages 111-124

      Some Hermetic Aspects of Leibniz’s Mathematical Rationalism

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      Pages 125-139

      Symbolic Inventiveness and “Irrationalist” Practices in Leibniz’s Mathematics

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      Pages 141-152

      The Art of Mathematical Rationality

  5. Epistemology

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 153-153

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      Pages 155-166

      Ramus and Leibniz on Analysis

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      Pages 167-182

      Locke, Leibniz, and Hume on Form and Experience

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      Pages 183-197

      Leibniz’s Conception of Natural Explanation

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      Pages 199-212

      The Role of Metaphor in Leibniz's Epistemology

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      Pages 213-227

      What Is the Foundation of Knowledge? Leibniz and the Amphibology of Intuition

  6. Law

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 229-229

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      Pages 231-249

      Leibniz: What Kind of Legal Rationalism?

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      Pages 251-266

      On Two Argumentative Uses of the Notion of Uncertainty in Law in Leibniz’s Juridical Dissertations about Conditions

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      Pages 267-278

      Contingent Propositions and Leibniz’s Analysis of Juridical Dispositions

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      Pages 279-289

      Leibniz on Natural Law in the Nouveaux essais

  7. Ethics

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 291-291

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      Pages 293-313

      Authenticity or Autonomy? Leibniz and Kant on Practical Rationality

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      Pages 315-327

      The Place of the Other in Leibniz’s Rationalism

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