Monadology And Other Philosophical Essays Four In A Qualitative Dissertation
► On the second, he asserts that no fact can not be existing without there be a sufficient reason.
The principle of sufficient reason, in the eyes of Leibniz, supreme principle, very large and very noble.
(1714) The work of Leibniz is huge and rich with insights of genius.
These are the principles of contradiction and sufficient reason.
► The first reads as follows: two contradictory propositions, one is true the other false.
Leibniz, the great conciliator, describes a world steeped in consistency when evil loses positivity.
Although Leibniz never wrote a systematic ethical treatise, in his view theology is a type of jurisprudence, a science of law (NE, p. And Leibniz contributed a systematic work to the field of theology, namely, the (1710), the only large-scale philosophical work that he published during his lifetime.