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2018 | 73 | 7 | 509 – 519
Article title

MONÁDA AKO PRINCÍP ZLOŽENIA ORGANICKÉHO TELA

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Monad as a principle of the composition of an organic body
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
Let us refer to sections 70 and 71 of Monadology: In them Leibniz explains his conception of the organic body as a totality made up of many organs, which are the constituent parts of all organic bodies of the other living creatures. 1) This conception, although postulated, is not justified. Can it be justified by the corpus of Leibniz´s works itself? 2) Here we find the dominant entelechy, attributed to a living body, but also to living creatures by which it is constituted. How should this interconnection of dominant entelechies be interpreted, if this interconnection is to offer a sufficient argument for the organic composition of a living creature? Due to some misinterpretations of this interconnection Leibniz wants to alter the latter to some extent. Who were these interpreters and what were their arguments? And what does this correction of his thesis embody?
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Volume
73
Issue
7
Pages
509 – 519
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Contributors
  • Universite de Montreal, Departement de philosophie, Montreal, Canada
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Publication order reference
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