EXISTENTIAL AND NON-EXISTENTIAL INTERPRETATIONS OF THE THINKING SUBJECT IN THE LIGHT OF LEIBNIZ'S FUNDAMENTAL QUESTION
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There are two roads of contemporary metaphysics and two answers to the question about thinking: existential and non-existential interpretations of the thinking subject. The difference between these points of view is considered in the paper in the light of main metaphysical question Why is there something rather than nothing? At the same time, the paper constitutes an attempt to find a certain ontological order and - looking from such a perspective - it deals with our forgotten foundations of thinking.
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